Healthcare and social workers should be trained to recognise when domestic violence is taking place and ask the right questions, according to new Government recommendations.
Care staff should also identify barriers victims may face when trying to get help and introduce a strategy to get round them, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) reported.
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