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Implications for practice and research
■ A comprehensive systems approach in primary care (using supportive interdisciplinary collaboration linked to domestic violence (DV) services) could increase identification and referral of women for DV support.
■ DV training for primary care nurses should include building clinician/advocate partnerships.
■ Nursing intervention research on DV for primary care should include examination of outcomes for women referred to DV services.
Between 15–71% of women are thought to experience lifetime DV with highest rates among women living in disadvantaged communities.1 Chronic depression, …
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