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Routine enquiry for domestic violence is not enough

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1 Morgan, JF, Zolese, G, McNulty, J, Gebhardt, S. Domestic violence among female psychiatric patients: cross-sectional survey. Psychiatrist 2010; 34: 461–4.
2 Howard, LM, Trevillion, K, Khalifeh, H, Woodall, A, Agnew-Davies, R, Feder, G. Domestic violence and severe psychiatric disorders: prevalence and interventions. Psychol Med 2010; 40: 881–93.
3 Bacchus, LJ, Aston, G, Murray, SF, Virolas, CT, Jordan, P. Evaluation of an Innovative Multi-Agency Domestic Violence Service at Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. King's College London (www.kcl.ac.uk/content/1/c6/05/72/39/Evaluationsummaryleaflet.pdf).
4 Taskforce on the Health Aspects of Violence Against Women and Children. Responding to Violence Against Women and Children – The Role of the NHS. The Report from the Taskforce on the Health Aspects of Violence Against Women and Children. Department of Health, 2010.
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Routine enquiry for domestic violence is not enough

  • Louise M. Howard (a1) and Kylee Trevillion (a2)
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