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These guidelines offer health practitioners evidence-based guidance on appropriate identification and response in clinical practice to patients experiencing abuse and violence.
Abuse and violence: working with our patients in general practice, 5th edition (the White Book), was developed by general practitioners (GPs) and subject matter experts to ensure that the content is the most valuable and useful for health practitioners. The guideline is a practical resource and is based on the best-available current evidence.
The practice guideline presents the collective wisdom of the last two decades of national and international research in the trauma field
This guide provides advice to help GPs support patients experiencing family violence during COVID-19.
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