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Health and social care in the community

Year: 2019
Articles in SafetyLit: 16

"Keeping Control": A user-led exploratory study of mental health service user experiences of targeted violence and abuse in the context of adult safeguarding in England

A scoping review of adult survivors' experiences of shame following sexual abuse in childhood

Caring hours and possible need for employment support among primary carers for adults with mental illness: results from an Australian household survey

Children's experiences and needs in situations of domestic violence: a secondary analysis of qualitative data from adult friends and family members of female survivors

Differences in help-seeking behaviours and perceived helpfulness of services between abused and non-abused women: a cross-sectional survey of Australian postpartum women

Examining fall risk among formerly homeless older adults living in permanent supportive housing

Falls in community-dwelling prefrail older adults

Implementing a trauma-informed intervention for homeless female survivors of gender-based violence: lessons learned in a large Canadian urban centre

Learning from domestic homicide reviews in England and Wales

Navigating and negotiating meanings of child abuse and neglect: sociocultural contexts shaping Australian nurses' perceptions

Personalising safe sleep messaging for infant caregivers in the United States

Practitioner perspectives on the nexus between acquired brain injury and family violence

Prevalence and predictors of psychological distress among primary healthcare service users in Mansoura district, Egypt

Responding to the health needs of trafficked people: a qualitative study of professionals in England and Scotland

Risk assessment practices among home visiting nurses and child protection caseworkers in Colorado, United States: A qualitative investigation

We are at Full Capacity": social care workers persisting through work-related stress in a new immigrant settlement context in the United States