Doctors and Domestic Violence An Institute of Medicine Report released today says most doctors have had little training in how to help victims of domestic abuse. NPR's Rachel Jones reports on one innovative class at Georgetown University School of Medicine that teaches students how to detect the signs of abuse and intervene in ways that could prevent it from happening.
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An Institute of Medicine Report released today says most doctors have had little training in how to help victims of domestic abuse. NPR's Rachel Jones reports on one innovative class at Georgetown University School of Medicine that teaches students how to detect the signs of abuse and intervene in ways that could prevent it from happening.