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  • Abuse and oral health 

    Smit, Dirk A. (South African Dental Association, 2014)
    This year the SADA theme was hosted by the University of the Western Cape and we hope that the informative material in the dedicated articles and press releases have created awareness among dental practitioners. It ...
  • Abused women's understandings of intimate partner violence and the link to intimate femicide 

    Dekel, Bianca; Andipatin, Michelle (Institute for qualitative research, 2016)
    In this article, we explore how women survivors of intimate partner violence understand the abuse they endured and the possible link to intimate femicide. This is a qualitative study based on a feminist poststructuralist ...
  • Don't shout too loud: Reflections on the outrage against human and child trafficking 

    Gallinetti, Jacqui (Institute for Security Studies (ISS), 2010)
    Human and child trafficking is regarded as an international crime and serious human rights violation. However, the clandestine and transnational nature of trafficking makes it extremely difficult to apprehend or prosecute ...
  • Intimate partner violence amongst undergraduate nursing students 

    Kordom, A.; Julie, Hester; Arunachallam, Sathasivan (Unisa press, 2014)
    Intimate partner violence (IPV) is reported to be rife among the student population at tertiary institutions and the general population. Yet the abuse is under diagnosed by nurses in health care settings. Research ...
  • Substance abuse and maxillofacial injuries 

    Ranchod, S.; Smit, Dirk A.; Morkel, Jean A. (South African Dental Association, 2014)
    Some of the major causes of maxillofacial injuries are assault/ inter-personal violence (IPV), motor vehicle accidents (MVAs), work-related injuries, sporting accidents and falls. However, the epidemiological data for ...