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Helping battered women take care of their children.

Publication ,  Journal Article
Humphreys, J
Published in: AWHONN"s clinical issues in perinatal and women"s health nursing
1993

Children of battered women are at risk for a variety of emotional, cognitive, and behavioral difficulties. However, a growing body of research has described the important mediating effects on children of even one positive relationship with a significant person. Nurses need to be aware of family violence and to assess every client and family for this problem. Early identification and interventions can stem detrimental effects and help mothers and children recover.

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AWHONN"s clinical issues in perinatal and women"s health nursing

Publication Date

1993

Volume

4

Issue

3

Start / End Page

458 / 470

Related Subject Headings

  • Spouse Abuse
  • Psychology, Child
  • Primary Prevention
  • Male
  • Humans
  • Housing
  • Female
  • Education
  • Child, Preschool
  • Child Care
 

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Humphreys, J. (1993). Helping battered women take care of their children. AWHONN"s Clinical Issues in Perinatal and Women"s Health Nursing, 4(3), 458–470.
Humphreys, J. “Helping battered women take care of their children.AWHONN"s Clinical Issues in Perinatal and Women"s Health Nursing 4, no. 3 (1993): 458–70.
Humphreys J. Helping battered women take care of their children. AWHONN"s clinical issues in perinatal and women"s health nursing. 1993;4(3):458–70.
Humphreys, J. “Helping battered women take care of their children.AWHONN"s Clinical Issues in Perinatal and Women"s Health Nursing, vol. 4, no. 3, 1993, pp. 458–70.
Humphreys J. Helping battered women take care of their children. AWHONN"s clinical issues in perinatal and women"s health nursing. 1993;4(3):458–470.

Published In

AWHONN"s clinical issues in perinatal and women"s health nursing

Publication Date

1993

Volume

4

Issue

3

Start / End Page

458 / 470

Related Subject Headings

  • Spouse Abuse
  • Psychology, Child
  • Primary Prevention
  • Male
  • Humans
  • Housing
  • Female
  • Education
  • Child, Preschool
  • Child Care