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The objective of the study is to apply nursing intervention strategies for the restoration of the integral health of women victims of intimate partner violence, which will allow them to face such a difficult situation according to their needs, to prevent femicide. The instruments used were a sociodemographic scale to identify the types of intimate partner violence that affect their overall health and the Femicide Risk Prediction Scale. The results show that 70% of women's overall health is affected by physical and psychological violence, 60% by all types of aggression, after applying the nursing intervention strategies to strengthen their overall health, the risk of femicide varies positively by 65.4%, overall health is strengthened with a positive variation of 67.4%, with the application of McNemar, 95% confidence level and 5% error, statistical significance was found (0.0001), before - after application. Conclusions: The nursing intervention strategies from the perspective of strengthening the integral health of women victims of violence in the prevention of femicide, reached high significance, concluding that it has been effective. These results reveal the seriousness of the incidence of intimate partner violence against the integral health of women in our region and health professionals are in a privileged position to contribute to the solution of this serious public health problem.
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