Torture and torture practices in Tanzania: Knowledge, attitudes and practice among medical professionals.

@article{Bergh2019TortureAT,
  title={Torture and torture practices in Tanzania: Knowledge, attitudes and practice among medical professionals.},
  author={B. J. van den Bergh and M. Brasholt and P. J. Swai and P. Saidia and Moses Kidew and Naomi Lipsius Hincheli and Maha Aon and J. Modvig},
  journal={Torture : quarterly journal on rehabilitation of torture victims and prevention of torture},
  year={2019},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={
          70-80
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Medical professionals have a key role in addressing torture and need an awareness and knowledge of torture in relation to rehabilitation approaches, prevention and international standards. This study was undertaken with the aim of assessing the current knowledge, attitudes and practices of medical professionals in Tanzania, creating a baseline for possible future interventions. METHODS Both quantitative and qualitative data were collected. A cross-sectional survey was carried out… Expand

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