Brief Violence Interventions With Community Case Management Services for Trauma Patients
Brief Violence Interventions With Community Case Management Services Are Effective for High-Risk Trauma PatientsJ Trauma. 2011 Jul;71(1):228-36
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75 patients who were admitted to the hospital for self sustained injuries from assault, stabbings or by firearm were randomized to receive either brief in-hospital psychoeducational violence intervention alone or in combination with community case management services (CCMS), which includes vocational, employment, educational, housing, mental health, and recreational assistance. The results of the ...
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