Female Genital Mutilation
Radcliffe Pub., Jan 1, 2005 - Medical - 172 pages
This unique book will assist those who care for women and girls who have had, or are at risk of having female genital mutilation. It focuses on caring for both physical and psychological needs of the vulnerable or suffering and maintains an understanding, holistic and objective approach to the current situation. It contains colour plates, illustrations, photos and graphs. Female Genital Mutilation is a valuable reference for healthcare professionals and others involved in social services, teaching, child protection and police services. Caseworkers involved with asylum seekers and refugees, children's charities, and policy makers and shapers will also find it useful, as will researchers and academics.
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