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Friends' responses to young women experiencing intimate partner violence: a qualitative study with young women and friends (2021)Young women are more likely than older women to be subjected to abuse from an intimate partner, though they rarely seek professional help. Instead, they most often disclose the abuse to their friends. In many cases, friends ...
Personal barriers to addressing intimate partner abuse: a qualitative meta-synthesis of healthcare practitioners' experiences (BMC, 2021-06-09)BACKGROUND: Healthcare practitioners (HCPs) play a crucial role in recognising, responding to, and supporting female patients experiencing intimate partner abuse (IPA). However, research consistently identifies barriers ...
Can patient-led surveillance detect subsequent new primary or recurrent melanomas and reduce the need for routinely scheduled follow-up? A protocol for the MEL-SELF randomised controlled trial (BMC, 2021-05-04)BACKGROUND: Most subsequent new primary or recurrent melanomas might be self-detected if patients are trained to systematically self-examine their skin and have access to timely medical review (patient-led surveillance). ...