he World Health Organization defines violence against women as a crucial health problem and one of the main risk factors for illness and premature death for women and girls. The literature indicates that this phenomenon is frequent and disabling, but the knowledge of the victim’s biological, psychological, psychiatric, sociological, legal and political aspects and the consequences of gender-based violence is still limited. In response to this need, the World Health Organization has established guide- lines that provide guidance to practitioners based on scientific evidence to provide ap- propriate assistance to women victims of partner and sexual violence, including clinical and supportive interventions. emotional. They also aim to make health professionals and policy-makers more aware of violence against women, in order to foster scientifi- cally informed health responses, and to improve skills development among health pro- fessionals and other members of multidisciplinary groups.
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