- IPV is more common among rural birthing people than urban birthing people. Rural residents who were Medicaid beneficiaries, 18-35 years old, non-Hispanic white, Hispanic (English-speaking), or American Indian/Alaska Native had significantly higher predicted probabilities of experiencing perinatal IPV compared to their urban counterparts.
- Among respondents who experienced perinatal IPV, the predicted probability of not receiving abuse screening was 21.3% for rural and 16.5% for urban residents.
- Among rural IPV victims that were Medicaid beneficiaries, those who were 18-25 years old and those who were unmarried were at higher risk of not being screened for abuse compared to their urban counterparts.
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