Attending Professional Covert Violence Against Women in Medical Care
The following paper introduces a new category of violence against women in the context of medical care: professional covert violence. A form of violence that normally goes unnoticed and rarely documented. This paper suggests two paradigms about this violence, as well as the mechanisms to prevent it. Identifying and acknowledging this type of violence is especially important for the constant improvement of medical car
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