Necesidades a largo plazo | 27 OCT 19

Atención de mujeres con antecedentes de trauma sexual

A nivel mundial, aproximadamente el 30% de las mujeres informan violencia de pareja (física, sexual o ambas) y el 7,2% se enfrentan a la violencia sexual entre compañeros en su vida
Autor/a: Veronica Ades, Brian Goddard, Savannah Pearson Ayala, Judy A Greene Fuente: BMJ 2019; 367 doi: Caring for long term health needs in women with a history of sexual trauma
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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