Violence Pathology, Epidemiology, Risks and Rehabilitation: Rectification in Scientific Research

Ivy Shiue

Abstract


Violence behaviors are believed to be changeable throughout the human life. Like any kind of illnesses noted in human history, there should be subtypes to be identified, risk factors from all possible aspects to be prevented, symptoms to be treated, complications to be monitored, and long-term care to be prepared. Currently, violence rates are underreported and guidelines for its management are not complete. Diagnosing, treating, and preventing violence will require a multi-disciplinary team with a life course approach to support.


Keywords


violence, surveillance, risk management

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