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Web resource: http://medicinetoday.com.au/sites/default/files/cpd/MT2016-11-026-HORSLEY_0.pdf
Type: Journal Article
Title: Intimate partner violence and LGBTIQ people: Raising awareness in general practice
Authors: Rees, Susan
Horsley, Philomena
Moussa, Batool
Fisher, Jane
Keywords: General practitioners;LGBTIQ;Intimate partner violence;Transgender;Health;Service provision;Mental health
ANRA Population: LGBTQ communities
Year: 2017
Citation: Vol. 17, no. 11 ; pp. 26-31
Notes:  "Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer/questioning (LGBTIQ) people can often experience intimate partner violence. However, a distrust of health services and fear of not being treated appropriately mean that it is not often disclosed. GPs should be aware that intimate partner violence may be a cause of physical and mental health problems in this group."
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