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The importance of routine enquiry about a possible history of sexual abuse or sexual violence

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1Ingrassia, A. The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in the UK: reflecting on the mental health needs of victims and survivors. Br J Psychiatry 2018; 213: 571–3.
2Brooker, C, Tocque, K, Brown, M, Kennedy, A. Sexual violence and abuse and the care programme approach. Br J Psychiatry 2016; 209: 359–60.
3NHS England. Public Health Functions to be Exercised by NHS England – Service Specification: Sexual Assault Referral Centres. NHS England, 2018 (https://www.england.nhs.uk/publication/public-health-functions-to-be-exercised-by-nhs-england-service-specification-sexual-assault-referral-centres/).
4NHS England. A Strategic Direction for Sexual Abuse and Assault Services: Lifelong Care for Victims and Survivors. NHS England, 2018 (https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/strategic-direction-sexual-assault-and-abuse-services.pdf).
5Brooker, C, Tocque, K, Paul, S. Assessment of the mental health status of a one year cohort attending a two Sexual Assault Referral Centres in England. J Forensic Leg Med 2018; 54: 44–9.

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