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Intimate Partner Violence and Pregnancy

Course Description
This course provides registered nurses and forensic nurses the education to recognize the subtle signs of IPV and appropriately intervene to ensure safety for those involved.
Learning Outcome(s)
85% of learners who attend the entire online educational webinar, will report a self-increase in knowledge regarding common indicators of IPV, factors for IPV in pregnancy, and possible health outcomes for the mother and child related to IPV.
Content Warning
The content in this course necessarily discusses the sexual assault of people, which may be emotionally and intellectually challenging. We do our best to make this course a space where we can engage bravely, empathetically, and thoughtfully with difficult content. This course includes realistic portrayals of patients that have experienced sexual assault and may be triggering for some.
2024 Date(s)
*This is an online asynchronous coure*
Course material is accessible all year round after successful registration!
Enrollment Cap
N/A. This a self-paced online course.
Nursing Professional Development 
1.5 hours awarded upon completion.
Alternate Continuing Education
Course Price
Non-Texas Resident Texas Resident HRSA Grantee IHS Participant
$30 $30 $30 $30 

Non-Texas Resident: Health care professionals who do not reside or work in a Texas health care facility.

Texas Resident: Health care professionals who reside or work in a Texas health care facility. Proof of Texas residence or Texas employment will be required to register. 

HRSA Grantee: Health care professional who has submitted an application for the HRSA Grantee program and has been approved. 

IHS Participant: Attending on behalf of Indian Health Service (IHS).

Delivery Modality

This course will be delivered completely online (via

Once you are registered, you will be loaded to the online course in Canvas and provided information on how to create a username/password and access the Canvas Learning Management System.


No courses. Unencumbered license is required.


The education is supported by the Texas Attorney General (OAG) under grant #2094878-01, entitled Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program, totaling $500,000 for Texas residents and those who are employed in Texas health care facilities.

The education is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant # T96HP32499 entitled, Advanced Nurse Education-Sexual Nurse Assault Examiner Program, totaling $1,479,977 with zero percent financed with non-governmental sources.

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Accreditation Statement(s)

Texas A&M University School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.