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  1. Language Dutch 49 reads World Health Organisation (WHO) This handbook is for health-care providers who provide care for women who have been subjected to  physical, sexual or emotional violence.  Violence damages women’s health in many ways, both immediate ...

    This handbook is for health-care providers who provide care for women who have been subjected to physical, sexual or emotional violence. Violence damages women’s health in many ways, both immediate and long-term, both obvious and hidden. This handbook is meant especially to help health-care providers to respond appropriately. The report focuses on the four most important needs including: 1) Immediate emotional/psychological health needs 2) Immediate physical health needs 3) Ongoing safety needs 4) Ongoing support and mental health needs. This handbook offers easy steps and suggestions to help provide the care they need. This handbook has 4 parts: 1) Awareness about violence against women 2) First-line support for intimate partner violence and sexual assault 3) Additional clinical care after sexual assault 4) Additional support for mental health. 

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  2. Language Dutch 124 reads World Health Organisation (WHO) This publication by the World Health Organization is focused on intimate partner and sexual violence affecting women. This document aims to provide sufficient information for policy-makers and plann ...

    This publication by the World Health Organization is focused on intimate partner and sexual violence affecting women. This document aims to provide sufficient information for policy-makers and planners to develop data-driven and evidence-based programmes for preventing intimate partner and sexual violence against women. The report is divided into four chapters. First it outlines the nature, magnitude and consequences of intimate partner and sexual violence. Secondly, it identifies the risk and protective factors for such violence and the importance of addressing both risk and protective factors in prevention efforts. Next, it summarizes the scientific evidence base for primary prevention strategies, and describes programmes of known effectiveness. Finally, it presents a six-step framework for taking action, generating evidence and sharing results. 

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