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Authors: Caroline Bradbury-Jones | Fiona Duncan | Thilo Kroll | Maxine Moy | Julie Taylor
Date: June 2011
Journal: Nursing Standard
Issue: Volume 25, Number 43
Keywords: Domestic abuse, domestic violence, primary care
There is a great deal of research on domestic abuse, but researchers tend to focus on screening for domestic abuse, rather than on service provision and uptake (Heinzer and Krimm 2002, Ramsden and Bonner 2002, Anglin and Sachs 2003, Yonaka et al 2007). There is limited empirical evidence regarding women’s experiences of health services following domestic abuse. Most available studies, including a systematic review by Robinson and Spilsbury (2008), have focused primarily on disclosure rather than on women’s experiences of health services per se (Bates et al 2001, Peckover 2003, Zink et al 2004, Chang et al 2005).
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