The prevalence of exposure to domestic violence and the factors associated with co-occurrence of psychological and physical violence exposure: a sample from primary care patients

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p621
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study conducted to examine the prevalence of domestic violence in primary care patients, and identifies the factors associated with co-occurrence of physical and psychological violence exposure. It mentions that the exposure to psychological violence was more prevalent than physical violence exposure. Further it mentions that the abuse of alcohol in the patient, and their unemployment are the two factor identified by the study.


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