Caring for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims

Caring for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims

Gail Barbosa discusses efforts at The Duke Endowment to help combat domestic violence. One solution is to train health care workers to screen women for domestic violence, even when there are no visible signs of abuse. Other programs focus on preventing child abuse and sexual assault.

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