November 2011

Up front

Asking the important questions

Volume 40, No.11, November 2011 Pages 847-847

Rachel Lee

It is nearly a decade since the World Health Organization declared violence to be a major public health problem, yet for many of us violence remains someone else's territory – an issue for lawyers, police and government – not something for general practices or primary care providers to grapple with. Certainly violence is a concern for government and other agencies; in 2009 the Australian government launched the National Plan to Reduced Violence against Women and their Children and the Centers for Disease Control in the United States of America has an entire division devoted to violence prevention.

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