Knowledge and perception of domestic violence among primary care physicians and nurses: A comparative study

@inproceedings{AbuTaleb2012KnowledgeAP,
  title={Knowledge and perception of domestic violence among primary care physicians and nurses: A comparative study},
  author={Najwa I. AbuTaleb and Tareq A. Dashti and Shaimaa M. Alasfour and Medhat K. El-Shazly and Mohamed Ismail Kamel},
  year={2012}
}
Introduction : Domestic violence (DV) has a deteriorating influence on society by affecting victims, their children, families, and friends, as well as social and financial relationships. Primary care providers, including physicians and nurses, frequently are the first in the community to encounter the battered women. Objective : The aim of this work was to compare the knowledge and perception of primary care physicians and nurses about DV. Methods : This study was carried out in all primary… CONTINUE READING

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