Medical Directions says CA docs likely to address domestic violence

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Educational products and services firm Medical Directions says 645 California docs are more likely to address domestic violence in their patients after taking the firm’s online CME program. The docs were surveyed post activity, with 79% saying they will change how they handle suspected cases.

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