Best Practices: Innovative Domestic Violence Programs in Health Care Settings, 1997
Written for medical staff and experts in domestic violence interested in providing client services in health care settings, this guide outlined the history of how medical professionals began to recognize and address the issue of domestic violence in health care settings. The guide offers an important snapshot of how far the efforts of early advocates had come by the late 1990s.The publication describes how to create programs and includes examples of innovative efforts in hospitals and clinics around the United States.
Courtesy National Library of Medicine
Topic:Defining Medical Response
Creator:Patrick Letellier, Marya Grambs, Nancy Durborow, Janet Nudelman
Publisher:Family Violence Prevention Fund
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