How Clinicians Can Better Identify Signs of Domestic Abuse
October 20, 2014•30 min
Hosted by: No ReachMD Host
This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Jacquelyn Campbell, PHD, RN, National Program Director for the Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Faculty Scholars Program, and an expert in domestic violence issues. Dr. Campbell talks about the need for primary care clinicians and other health professionals to spot the signs of domestic abuse. As one of the world's leading experts, she has developed the diagnostic tool now widely used by clinicians, law enforcement and abuse counselors to assess the risk of lethal harm for victims.