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Effective approaches to treating survivors of human rights abuses and to understanding their medical and social needs requires examining and expanding the evidence-base through investigation, analysis, and documentation of human rights failures and abuses. This includes examining client outcomes and cases, conducting community participatory research that engages clients, and evaluating training and educational initiatives. Dissemination of these findings through academic publications and presentations aids in the development of best practices and policy solutions for survivors of torture.