Intimate Partner Violence and Traumatic Brain Injury
Intimate partner violence (IPV, which can also be known as acts of violence with a personal partner) refers to the body, sexual, and personal/physical thinking acts of violent behavior by a current or former intimate partner. Intimate partner violence traumatic brain injury (IPV TBI) can occur from any blow or outside force on the head, face or neck, or somewhere else on the body that causes a sudden jarring or shaking of the head. It may also occur when a person is choked or strangled leading to a less blood flow to the brain.
Department Abuse Prevention
Year Published 2021