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Should case documentations be used for research?

Padma Deosthali

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2005.065


We would like to present the ethical dilemmas we face in our current work at Dilaasa, a public hospital-based crisis centre providing social and psychological support to women facing domestic violence. Started in 2000, it is a joint initiative with the Municipal Corporation of Mumbai. It attempts to sensitise the public health system to domestic violence through counselling services and training of staff.

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