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Domestic Violence free pdf This book takes a multi-agency approach to domestic violence and looks at a large range of issues that impact on those working in the health and social care field. It begins with identification of situations where abuse may occur, including intimate partner violence, child and adolescent abuse, same-sex violence, and elderly abuse. The book considers the commonalities for survivors of abuse - such as the right to feel safe and protected from violence - and evaluates how health and social care professionals can work towards a positive outcome for all of the individuals involved.The book is divided into four parts, Recognition, Reaction, Involvement and Outcome and includes chapters on: Sexual Coercion and Domestic Violence- Abuse and the Elderly- Treatment and Alcohol- Multi-Disciplinary Working Relationship- and, Conflict and Abuse Outcomes. "Domestic Violence" is a key reference resource for students and professionals across a wide range of health and social care occupations. Contributors include: Georgia Anetzberger, Michael Kimmel, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Adrian Sutton, Poco Kernsmith, T Shackelford, Aaron T. Goetz, Michael J Potoczniak, Marianne R.Yoshioka, Karel Kurst-Swanger, Julie Schumacher, Jay Peters, Dana DeHart, Iona Heath, Albert R. Roberts, Anne Cools, Melanie Shepard, Patricia O'Campo, Ajitha Cyriac, Farah Ahmed, Richard E. Heyman, Iona Heath, Chris Murphy, Beth Mattingly, and Laura Dugan.

About June Keeling

Tom Mason has been working in nursing for almost 30 years - 17 of those in clinical practice, the remainder in teaching and research. He has published nine books and over 70 journal articles, and was awarded the International Association of Forensic Nurse's Achievement Award in 1999. His main professional interests are the management of violence in healthcare settings, and the sociology of nursing. Tom is currently Professor of Forensic Nursing at the Caswell Clinic, South Wales, and external professor at the University of Glamorgan. He is also visiting professor at Chester College of Higher Education.

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Author : June Keeling
Publisher : Open University Press
Data Published : 01 May 2008
ISBN : 033522282X
EAN : 9780335222827
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 300 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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