'When we get it right, we save a life': domestic abuse teams in hospitals

'When we get it right, we save a life': domestic abuse teams in hospitals
 

The first time Sharon’s* partner hospitalised her was on her birthday. About a year into their relationship, after a gradual escalation of “little things”, he punched and kicked her until he broke her arm. “He made me get into the van with him and drove me to hospital,” she says. “He sat with me the whole time I was there, so I couldn’t say anything.”
Over the next 18 months, Sharon was in and out of A&E with more injuries, including a second break to her arm – but she couldn’t bring herself to admit what had happened. “I didn’t say anything, I wouldn’t even speak,” she says.
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11 January 2017 in Health, Views: 45
Source: Guardian
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