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Title:

Correlation Between Intimate Partner Violence Victimization and Risk of Substance Abuse and Depression among African-American Women Seen in an Urban Emergency Department

Journal Issue:

Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 11(3)

Author:

Hankin, Abigail, Emory University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, GA;
Smith, L. Shakiyla, Emory University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, GA;
Daugherty, Jill, Emory University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, GA;
Houry, Debra, Emory University, Department of Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, GA

Publication Date:

2010

Publication Info:

Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

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http://escholarship.org/uc/item/6893p00c

Acknowledgements:

Address for correspondence: Abigail Hankin, MD, MPH, Department of Emergency Medicine, 49 Jesse Hill Jr. Dr, Atlanta, GA 30303. ahankin@emory.edu

Keywords:

Intimate partner violence substance abuse depression

Local Identifier:

uciem_westjem_5915

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