Domestic Violence: A Handbook for Health Professionals

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Index

a
Abbasi, K. 112
Abbott, P. 4 , 68-9 , 70 , 71 , 105
accident and emergency departments 95-8
acquaintance rape 18-19
acute care sector 94-105 ;
accident and emergency departments 95-8 ;
and sexual assault 98-105
Adams, S. 166
adolescents 15-18 ;
see also children and young people
advocates, independent 180
Agbayani-Siewert, P. 51
age 80
Ahimsa, 186
AIDS 39
alarms, safety 184
alcohol misuse 11-12 , 174 , 189
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) 63
American Medical Association (AMA) 73 , 89 , 90-1 , 101 , 119
anger management programmes 13 , 159 , 174
Antonelli, J.S. 50
Area Child Protection Committee (ACPC) 158
arranged marriages 47 , 52-3
arrest:
functions of 156 ;
police powers of 136
Asian women 47 , 51-2
assessment 75-7 ;
accident and emergency department 96-7 ;
clinical assessment after assault 81-5
'associated persons' 144
Association of Chief Officers of Probation (ACOP) 158 , 159
Association of Genito-urinary Medicine Clinical Effectiveness Group 105
asylum seekers 48-9
Atkins, S. 9
attitudes:
to clients 90 ;
young people's attitudes to violence 125
Australia 8
avoidance strategies for health professionals 56-7
awareness raising 62

b
babies 29 , 113 ;
see also children and young people, regnancy
bail conditions 139
'battered' woman 3
battered woman's syndrome (BMS) 88-9
Beattie, K. 186 , 189
Berios, D.C. 95
Berry, D.B. 16 , 17 , 22 , 82 , 96
Bewley, G.C. 114
binding over orders 139
biological explanation 14
bisexual relationships 38-9 , 104
black women 43-8 , 103 ;
specific healthcare needs of 46 ;
specific issues for migrants 47-8 ;
see also minority ethnic groups
Bloomington, M.N. 83
Bradley, F. 107
Brandon, M. 118
British Association of Accident and Emergency Medicine 97 , 101
British Crime Survey (BCS) 4 , 6 , 22 , 36 , 37 , 134 , 140
British Medical Association (BMA) 20 , 33-4 , 37 , 55 , 66 , 73 ;
battered woman syndrome 88 ;
empowerment 70 ;
medical model of care 69 ;
professional and legal responsibility 134 ;
proposed central database 35 ;
PTSD 91-2 , 93 ;
role of GPs 106-7 ;
women with learning
disabilities 41
British Telecom 177
Broken Rainbow Hotline 197
Budd, T. 140
Buddhism 51
Burge, S. 22
Burke, T.W. 38-9
Burton, S. 173-4
Butler, M.J. 28

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