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RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY: Responding to intimate partner violence in primary health care

 

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY: Responding to intimate partner violence in primary health care

More than one in three women experience intimate partner violence in their lifetime, causing serious ongoing health effects. Primary health care professionals are often the first point of contact for women experiencing violence and are uniquely placed to facilitate access to care and support. As part of doctoral research, I am interested in helping primary health care professionals respond in an effective and sustainable way to their patients who are experiencing violence. Participation involves individual 30-minute interviews at a suitable time. If your general practice would like to participate, please contact me.

Claire Gear, PhD Candidate
Centre for Interdisciplinary Trauma Research, AUT University
claire.gear@aut.ac.nz or 0273574845

 


Last updated : Thursday, August 30, 2018

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