Many primary care physicians in rural communities do not routinely screen women for intimate partner violence, according to public health researchers. Rural women who are exposed to such violence have limited resources if they seek help. However, the United States Preventive Services Task Force now recommends IPV screening in the primary care setting.
It's one thing to give superficial assent to a demand placed upon us, but it's quite another when we truly accept in our hearts some principle of conduct and change our way of doing things. That's why adults sometimes act like children.