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Mental and physical health effects of intimate partner violence on women and children.
J C Campbell; L A Lewandowski (Profiled Author: Jacquelyn Campbell)
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
The Psychiatric clinics of North America 1997;20(2):353-74.
The battering of female partners and the concomitant emotional abuse that is almost always part of the coercive control have significant mental and physical health consequences for the women who experience this type of violence. Children who live in households fraught with the conflict, violence, and unpredictable danger of domestic violence often witness the battering of their mothers and may also be victims of child abuse themselves. This article highlights current knowledge regarding the mental and physical health effects of intimate partner violence on women and their children, and discusses needed directions for screening, intervention, research, and changes in the health care system.
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