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The most common cause of assault-related hospital admissions, particularly affecting women, is due to family violence. Surgeons are very much on the frontline dealing with trauma in a medical sense. But, they’re also in a position to help mitigate future harm.
In this episode, Associate Professor Payal Mukherjee FRACS discusses the role of the surgical community in helping prevent family and domestic violence.
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