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Femicide: a Avoidable Mortality? The "Tivoli" Model.

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Summary of "Femicide: a Avoidable Mortality? The "Tivoli" Model."

The Instabul Convention is a normative tool for the prevention of women's violence in Europe. Rome 5 Local Healthcare Authority has implemented a synergistic intervention model in joint ventures with all stakeholders and institutions involved: the Tivoli Model. This model provides a synergistic social, health, legal and training approach to prevent violence against women in a logic of preventing an avoidable mortality.

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Name: Igiene e sanita pubblica
ISSN: 0019-1639
Pages: 295-301

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