Attitudes towards domestic violence in Lebanon: a qualitative study of primary care practitioners.

@article{Usta2014AttitudesTD,
  title={Attitudes towards domestic violence in Lebanon: a qualitative study of primary care practitioners.},
  author={Jinan A R Usta and Gene Feder and Jumana Antoun},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={2014},
  volume={64 623},
  pages={e313-20}
}
BACKGROUND Domestic violence (DV) is highly prevalent in the developing and developed world. Healthcare systems internationally are still not adequately addressing the needs of patients experiencing violence. AIM To explore physicians' attitudes about responding to DV, their perception of the physician's role, and the factors that influence their response. DESIGN AND SETTING Qualitative study using individual interviews among primary care practitioners working in Lebanon. METHOD Primary… CONTINUE READING
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