Violence by clients towards female prostitutes in different work settings: questionnaire survey

@article{Church2001ViolenceBC,
  title={Violence by clients towards female prostitutes in different work settings: questionnaire survey},
  author={Stephanie Church and Marion Henderson and Marina Barnard and Graham J. Hart},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={322},
  pages={524 - 525}
}
Violence by clients towards prostitutes has seldom been the focus of public and academic interest, yet it is a major health issue. 1 2 Concern has mostly focused on the potential of prostitutes to transmit sexual infections, notably HIV, to their clients and subsequently partners.3 Features of female prostitution that have a direct impact on the health of prostitutes but not the health of others have therefore tended to be overlooked. The scant research that is available on violence by clients… Expand

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