Study finds more needed to help school nurses with date violence

02/20/2014 | Centre Daily Times (State College, Pa.)

School nurses would benefit from additional training on helping teenage students cope with dating violence, according to a study from Ball State University. School nurses are often the first adult point of contact for victims, with 55% of school nurses involved in the study reporting interactions with those affected by adolescent dating violence in the previous two years.

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