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Care of perpetrators of repeat family violence: an integrative literature review O cuidado do agressor familiar frequente: revisão integrativa da literatura El cuidado del agresor familiar recurrente: revisión integradora de literatura

  title={Care of perpetrators of repeat family violence: an integrative literature review O cuidado do agressor familiar frequente: revisão integrativa da literatura El cuidado del agresor familiar recurrente: revisión integradora de literatura},
  author={Maria Natalia Xavier Ferreira and Paula Hino and M{\^o}nica Taminato and Hugo Fernandes},
Escola Paulista de Enfermagem, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil. Confl icts of interests: Despite Hino P is Associate Editor for Acta Paulista de Enfermagem, she was not involved in manuscript evaluation and review. Abstract Objectives: Identifying the main articles in scientifi c literature on care of perpetrators of repeat family violence and presenting the most relevant successful experiences. Methods: Integrative literature review consisting of a survey for articles… Expand

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