Intimate partner violence in Nepal: latent patterns and association with depressive symptoms - Clark CJ, Cheong YF, Gupta J, Ferguson G, Shrestha B, Shrestha PN, Yount KM.

Existing data suggest that there are distinct patterns (or classes) of intimate partner violence (IPV) experience that depart from dichotomous categorizations used to monitor progress toward Sustainable Development Goal 5.2. Less is known about the pattern...
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