Abuse is a healthcare issue

Pearce, Lynne
November 2013
Nursing Standard;11/13/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p65
Academic Journal
With one in four women in the UK affected by domestic abuse, and those who experience it more likely to use health services, nurses can play a pivotal role in tackling its impact. Yet nurses often lack knowledge about how to help.


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