Emergency contraception requests may be sign of domestic abuse
Women who were victims of domestic violence and abuse were more than twice as likely to have a medical consultation for emergency contraception. The study reported Dec. 3, 2018 in the British Journal of General Practice says that primary care consultation for emergency contraception is a relevant context for identifying and responding to domestic violence and abuse. Domestic violence and abuse training for providers of emergency contraception should include this
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