A major public health crisis

McAfee, Robert E.
September 1996
Nieman Reports;Fall96, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p13
Reports on the identification of family violence as a major public health crisis by the American Medical Association (AMA). Physical and sexual abuse of children; Spouse abuse; Elderly abuse; AMA's attempt to develop a coalition of physicians; Victims' trust of family physician.


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