Tackling violence against women

16:13 EDT 5 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

This week, the World Health Organisation called for healthcare providers to be more aware of intimate partner and sexual violence against women, calling it a "global health problem of epidemic proportions." We look into what doctors need to know. And we discuss advice on diagnosing and treating first trimester miscarriage.

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