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The legacy of intimate partner violence in heterosexual and gay (LGBTQ) communities. New challenges for the family doctor.
Klusova Noguiná, Elena []
Chety, Ula []
Conde-Valvis, Sara []
Cossutta, Fabrizio []
Dascal-Weichhendle, Hagit []
Duncan, Kirsty []
Gökdemir, Ozden []
Mariani, Yusianmar []
Monteiro, Nina []
Nobre, Maria Joao []
Pas, Lodewijk []
Reichel, Patrick []
Rigon, Sara []
Gomez Bravo, Raquel mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences (DBCS) >]
Thomas, Claire Marie []
The World Book of Family Medicine
Baum, Erika
Ungan, Mehmet
Steylaerts, Carl
WONCA Europe
[en] Intimate Partner Violence ; Domestic Violence ; Primary Health Care ; LGTBQ
[en] The “classic” gender violence of the heterosexual couples has left a painful legacy to the LGBT community. Recent researches show that rates of IPV in LGBT are similar to or higher than the rates found for heterosexual women.
Though hardly worked, it seems to be that existing approach programs turn out to be incomplete and insufficient to address this problem in heterosexual women, being practically unknown in sexual minorities. The greater part of health professionals seems to have a vague and unclear knowledge of many basic LGBTQ+ concepts and specific health needs (social isolation, substance abuse, eating disorders, intimate partner violence, cancer prevention, etc...)
The reality is that most of nowadays family physicians are not conscious nor trained to identify no manage the differences in professional help need between sexual minorities and heterosexual patients.
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