Nancy Gage-Lindner

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Violence remains a public health challenge and the nursing profession accepts this challenge by expanding its field. Although countries such as the United States, Great Britain, and Canada have employed forensic nurses for decades in different capacities, Germany has yet to follow their lead. This report discusses the German health care and legal systems(More)
Each year world-wide tens of thousands of women and children suffer acts of physical, sexual and psychological violence inflicted by their family members, intimate partners, acquaintances, and sometimes, strangers. The consequences of this violence require sensitive and comprehensive services for victims—a need which often goes unmet. Forensic medicine has(More)
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