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Violence against women and their children affects everybody. It impacts on the health, wellbeing and safety of a significant proportion of Australians throughout all states and territories and places an enormous burden on the nation’s economy across family and community services, health and hospitals, income-support and criminal justice systems.

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Latest research on violence against women – <br>23 Nov 2016
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Latest research on violence against women –
23 Nov 2016

Monday, 7th November 2016


Australian

Crombie, N., Hooker, L., & Reisenhofer, S. (2016). Nurse and midwifery education and intimate partner violence: A scoping review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, [early view]. DOI:0.1111/jocn.13376

Didi, A., Soldatic, K., Frohmader, C., & Dowse, L. (2016). Violence against women with disabilities: is Australia meeting its human rights obligations? Australian Journal of Human Rights, 22(1), 159-177.

Quadara, A., & Hunter, C. (2016). Principles of trauma-informed approaches to child sexual abuse: A discussion paper. Sydney: Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual
Abuse.

Riggs, D.W., Fraser, H., Taylor, N., Signal, T., & Donovan, C. (2016). Domestic violence service providers’ capacity for supporting transgender women: Findings from an Australian workshopBritish Journal of Social Work, [in press]. DOI:10.1093/bjsw/bcw110

Taylor, N., Fraser, H., & Riggs, D.W. (2016). Domestic violence and companion animals in the context of LGBT people’s relationshipsSexualities, [in press].

Victoria Police. (20. Code of Practice for the Investigation of Sexual Assault. Melbourne: Victoria Police.

International

Adelman, M., & Coker, D. (2016). Introduction: Pedagogies of domestic violence.  Violence Against Women, 11(12), 1419-1425.

Hunt, A., & Nomm, H. (2016). Women’s economic empowerment: Parliamentary briefing. London: Overseas Development Institute.

Murray, C.E., & Crowe, A. (2017). Overcoming the stigma of intimate partner abuse. New York: Routledge.

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. (2016). Pets and domestic violence. Washington DC: NCADV.

Newberry, M. (2016). Pets in danger: Exploring the link between domestic violence and animal abuseAggression and Violent Behavior, [in press]. DOI:10.1016/j.avb.2016.11.007

Oram, S., Khalifeh, H., & Howard, L.M. (2016). Violence against women and mental health. The Lancet Psychiatry, [in press]. DOI.10.1016/S2215-0366(16)30261-9

Phillips, N.D. (2016). Beyond blurred lines: Rape culture in popular media. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Salwen, J.K., Gray, A., & Mona, L.R. (2016). Personal assistance, disability, and intimate partner violence: A guide for healthcare providersRehabilitation Psychology, 61(4), 417-429.

Stewart, C. (Ed.). (2016). National framework for collaborative police action on intimate partner violence (IPV). Fredericton, Canada: University of New Brunswick.



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