Aboriginal Women Experiencing Violence
AbstractThis paper examines the high rate of violence against Aborignal women in Canada through a socio-ecological viewpoint. It discusses various factors contributing to the high rates of violence, from personal to societal. Implications for nursing education, practice, and research are also discussed in this paper.
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