Nurse calls on providers to learn more about domestic violence

06/8/2011 | Nurse.com

Tina Bloom, a nursing educator at the University of Missouri, wrote in the Western Journal of Nursing Research that health care providers should learn how to recognize signs of domestic violence and refer victims to community resources. "Health care providers are not well trained to routinely screen or recognize the signs of domestic violence. ... We need to engage with current students, our future health care providers, to bring this issue to the forefront," Bloom said.

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