Author(s): Eda YAKIT AK
The war has changed its position for centuries, but the whole world is a phenomenon that affects nations. It can be said that war customizes the effects according to genders and ages. However, it is undoubtedly interested in women in many dimensions. Women who are affected from childhood to the end of life are the greatest victims of war. All types of violence experienced by women are experienced during wartime. Physical and sexual trivets face different dimensions of violence such as poverty, unemployment, forced marriage, captivity and slavery. Although the search for war results is a difficult and time consuming issue, there is evidence of the extent to which victims are women who have come from years after these chaotic environments. Nursing is a profession that is most needed in the wartime, has a critical role and is often performed by women. Since the early days of the war, women have given care and treatment to wounded soldiers and civilians. Although it is known that the war is closely related to the nursing profession, nurses do not know what precautions should be taken during these mixed periods during training. This review has been written with the aim of revealing the identified problems that come from the battlefields and affecting women, as well as revealing the duties of nurses in this process.
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