Domestic Violence: Collateral Damage in the Era of Pandemic

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Mylonaki, E (2020). Domestic Violence: Collateral Damage in the Era of Pandemic. Quarterly Journal of Women’s Health and Nursing. 1 (1), pp. 1-3.
AuthorsMylonaki, E
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The purpose of the article is to raise awareness of the correlations between increased domestic violence cases and social isolation in the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic and by doing so to outline the need to re-access the existing framework for dealing with domestic violence cases in order to develop a system that may be in place for the protection of victims of domestic violence in the unlikely event of future outbreaks of pandemic or natural disasters.

Year2020
JournalQuarterly Journal of Women’s Health and Nursing
Journal citation1 (1), pp. 1-3
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Web address (URL)https://researchinfotext.com/article-details/Domestic-ViolenceCollateral-Damage-in-the-Era-of-Pandemic
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Online17 Apr 2020
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Accepted15 Apr 2020
Deposited20 Jun 2020
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