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The Institute for Family Violence Studies and would like to thank you for your interest and participation in the National Prevention Toolkit on Domestic Violence in Medical Settings. This project is an effort to increase research, education, and training for medical professionals to help address the public health crisis of domestic violence and the crime of human trafficking.  


This survey is for research purposes only and is completely voluntary and anonymous to the extent required by law. The research staff at Florida State University has not linked your participation or responses to any identifiable information and this data cannot be linked to you in anyway or be provided to you after completion. Although you are not obligated to participate, and you may stop answering questions at any time, we strongly encourage you to participate because the information we are gathering will help inform educators and medical professionals on the needs of medical professionals in regards to domestic violence screening and awareness of human trafficking. All answers will be kept anonymous and confidential to the extent allowed by law. Answering the survey questions will be considered your consent to participate.


This survey should take less than 20 minutes to complete. You will be asked about your field of medical practice, education level, demographic information, your domestic violence screening practices, your stress and mindfulness practices, and your knowledge on human trafficking. You will not receive feedback on these questions. It is important that you feel free to answer the questions openly and honestly so that you can provide accurate information that will be a meaningful contribution.

If you wish to contact the project leader or the Florida State University Institutional Review Board about this project, please feel free to do so using the following contact information: Karen Oehme, J.D., Director, P: 850-644-6303, F: 850-644-8331; Human Subjects Office, P: 850-644-7900, F: 850-644-4392