How to spot the signs of domestic abuse and support colleagues who may be affected
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How to spot the signs of domestic abuse and support colleagues who may be affected

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

Nurses in all sectors will come into contact with people experiencing domestic violence and coercive control, but can also be at risk of abuse themselves

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, reports of domestic violence and abuse soared.

Nursing Management. 28, 1, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.1.14.s12

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