Violence

Search by keyword
Region:
Advanced Search

Total Resources: 40

1. 2005 National Survey of the Work and Health of Nurses (NSWHN)  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Data
TOPIC(S): OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, ASTHMA, SELF-RATED HEALTH, SOCIAL SUPPORT, STRESS, SUBSTANCE USE, VIOLENCE, ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITIES
This survey was a collaborative effort by the Canadian Institute for Health Information, Health Canada, and Statistics Canada. The goal was to identify relationships between the work environment, life-work experiences and selected health outcomes for regulated nurses in the country. This was the first nationally-representative survey of its kind.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
2. Aboriginal Women and Family Violence  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
In 2006, the Ipsos-Reid research firm prepared a report entitled “Aboriginal Women and Family Violence” for Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. The research project on which the report is based studied the attitudes and opinions of Aboriginal women, and the professionals who work with them, on the issue of family violence, specifically intimate partner violence against women. This report is a condensed version of the larger report.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
3. Assessing Violence Against Women: A Statistical Profile  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This document was developed in the context of the Strategic Framework. In September 2000, the F/P/T Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women agreed to commission Statistics Canada to design a limited number of salient indicators on the severity and prevalence of violence against women. Where possible, the indicators were to be provided at the national, provincial and territorial levels and in a manner that would indicate trends over time.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
4. Assisting Immigrant and Refugee Women Abused by Their Sponsors  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
Immigrant and refugee women who are abused by their sponsor face particular difficulties in in accessing personal safety and protection. If these women do not have landed status, or are at risk of deportation for other reasons, the consequences of leaving an abusive sponsor can complicate their immigration status. This guide is written for service providers working with any client who: a) is an immigrant or refugee woman; b) has been sponsored to come to Canada by a partner/fiance/spouse under the family class sponsorship guidelines; c) is experiencing abuse by her sponsor; and d) wants to separate from her sponsor but is at risk of deportation.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
5. Bridging Responses: A Front-Line Worker’s Guide to Supporting Women Who Have Post-Traumatic Stress  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This guide is for people working on the “front lines” — general practitioners, nurses, police officers, and those working in community health agencies, hospitals, public health services or emergency room settings, clinics and shelters that provide direct services to women. It provides general information to help you identify and understand post-traumatic stress resulting from abuse or violence. It also provides guidelines for asking about these issues so you can offer clients assistance and referral information.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
6. Canada's Shelters for Abused Women, 2005/2006  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This Juristat presents a profile of all shelters in Canada that provided residential services to abused women and their children in 2005-2006. Additionally, through the use of a snapshot day survey (April 19, 2006), selected characteristics of residents (i.e., reasons for coming to the shelter, parenting responsibilities, relationship to abuser, repeat stays, etc.) are presented.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
7. Family Violence and Homelessness: A Review of the Literature  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE, HOUSING
This literature review summarizes current knowledge about the relationship between family violence and homelessness. It begins by considering the categories of homelessness that have been identified in the literature, pointing out the difficulties that definitional problems pose to any attempt to gain an accurate estimate of the extent of homelessness in Canada.

+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
8. Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile 2005  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This annual report provides the most current data on the nature and extent of family violence in Canada, as well as trends over time, as part of the ongoing initiative to inform policy makers and the public about family violence issues. Each year the report has a different focus. This year, the focus is the incidence of stalking and spousal violence reported by both women and men to Statistics Canada’s 2004 General Social Survey on Victimization (GSS). In addition, for the first time the report presents an analysis of family-related homicide-suicides that have transpired over the past 40 years.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
9. Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile 2006  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This annual report provides the most current data on the nature and extent of family violence in Canada, as well as trends over time, as part of the ongoing initiative to inform policy makers and the public about family violence issues. Each year the report has a different focus. This year, the focus is on examining the criminal history of persons charged with spousal violence over a 10-year timeframe (1995 to 2004). This is the first time the CCJS has examined spousal violence and repeat contact with the police, based on police-reported data from the Incident-based Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR2) Survey.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
10. Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile 2007  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Review
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This annual report provides the most current data on the nature and extent of family violence in Canada, as well as trends over time, as part of the ongoing initiative to inform policy makers and the public about family violence issues. Each year the report has a different focus. This year, for the first time, the criminal histories of persons accused of spousal homicide or attempted spousal homicide are examined. Using the Incident-based Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR2) Survey, a composite file was created to identify police-reported offences committed by spousal homicide offenders over the previous 11-year period (1995 to 2005).
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
11. Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile 2008  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This is the eleventh annual Family Violence in Canada report produced by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics under the Federal Family Violence Initiative. This annual report provides the most current data on the nature and extent of family violence in Canada, as well as trends over time, as part of the ongoing initiative to inform policy makers and the public about family violence issues. Each year the report has a different focus. This year, for the first time, the focus of the report is spousal violence in the provinces and territories. The data used to examine spousal violence, the Incident-based Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR2) survey is more nationally representative than ever before. National coverage of the UCR2 survey reached 90% in 2006.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
12. Fatality Reports Database  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Data
TOPIC(S): OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, VIOLENCE, LIFE EXPECTANCY
Fatality Reports contains information about Canadian work-related fatalities and related prevention recommendations. The information comes from reports about inquests and inquiries by coroners, medical examiners, government departments, and others responsible for investigating these deaths. Records are primarily in English.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
13. Immigrant women, family violence, and pathways out of homelessness  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE, HOUSING
This project explores the connections between homelessness or housing insecurity specifically among immigrant women experiencing family violence and the additional challenges this presents. Research was conducted in Calgary, Winnipeg, and Halifax using qualitative interviews.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
14. Little Eyes, Little Ears: How Violence Against a Mother Shapes Children as They Grow  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This resource draws together, in one place, information from the best and latest research for professionals and volunteers who help women and children. Topics addressed include what children might feel, think and do during violent incidents against their mothers, roles they might adopt before, during or after incidents, strategies of coping and survival, and how violence may be experienced by children of different ages, from infancy to adolescence. The purpose is to examine how violence against a mother can shape a child. By learning how each child as an individual was shaped by experiences in his or her home - and considering important contextual features of family life - we can devise ways to help.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
15. Measuring Violence Against Women: Statistical Trends  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This report adds important new information that was not available for the 2002 report, including data on criminal harassment, sentencing of spousal violence perpetrators, availability and use of victim services, and detailed information for Aboriginal women and women in the territories. The report concludes by highlighting gaps that remain in the data required to paint a more complete picture of the nature, extent and impacts of violence against women.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
16. National Strategy to Prevent Abuse in Inuit Communities, and Sharing Knowledge, Sharing Wisdom: Guide to the National Strategy  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This Strategy is based on information collected for Pauktuutit’s abuse services database, interviews conducted with service providers and Inuit counsellors/healers, a special project to record Inuit cultural approaches to healing, and the knowledge and expertise of Advisory Committee members. The Strategy was created through consultation and collaboration among those affected by abuse and those whose mandate includes abuse prevention and treatment, safe shelters, justice and corrections.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
17. Restorative Justice: A Literature Review  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Review
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
Cameron, A. Restorative Justice: A Literature Review. Vancouver: The British Columbia Institute Against Family Violence, 2005
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
18. Safety Planning with Abused Partners: A Review and Annotated Bibliography  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
Appropriate advocacy and support services are essential to ensure that abused women can access protective services and legal remedies. This literature review addresses support and systems factors that increase or decrease victim vulnerability. After discussing general assumptions and guiding principles, the current paper will consider the various factors that contribute to a victim's risk. Finally, the issue of risk management and safety planning will be discussed.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
19. SHE Framework: Safety and Health Enhancement for Women Experiencing Abuse  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
A tool kit for health care providers and planners to conduct an audit of their practice and/or organization. The SHE Framework raises questions about the safety of the health care system for women impacted by abuse and points to the need to enhance health care for women and includes two contrasting models: Compounding Harms and Safety and Health Enhancement. It also includes a SHE evidence paper which draws from research, women's stories and reports from international bodies; and a SHE Toolkit which helps health care providers, planners and policy makers with concrete tools to transfer the evidence into a safety and health enhancement plan.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
20. Swallowing the Hurt: Exploring the Links between Anorexia, Bulimia and Violence Against Women and Girls  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): EATING DISORDERS, VIOLENCE
This report examines the links between eating disorders and violence against women and girls. It is based on information gathered from published literature as well as consultations with community workers, health practitioners, and mental health professionals. “Swallowing the Hurt” has been designed for use by frontline workers, health care and social service professionals, educators, and researchers who offer services directly for or who may interact with women and girls experiencing eating disorders or violence.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
21. Violence Against Canadian Women  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Review
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
In this chapter data from the 1999 General Social Survey (GSS) were analyzed.  Results indicate that women who have experienced abuse use health services at rates higher than non-abused women. These include higher rates of physician visits, emergency room visits and hospitalizations, and they report poorer ratings of their health. Thus, experiencing abuse, whether as a child or an adult, places women at higher risk of poor health outcomes, both physical and psychological.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
22. Violence in Dating Relationships  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
As an update of the Dating Violence Overview Paper (1995), this paper highlights recent evidence-based research related to dating violence. The paper outlines the extent of dating violence, what contributes to dating violence, young people and dating violence, the health impacts of dating violence, and prevention and early intervention. A checklist of attitudes and behaviours that research has associated with dating violence is also provided. The paper concludes with a list of references, resources and contact information for individuals requiring more information.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
23. What are the Trends in Self-reported Spousal Violence in Canada?  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
In an effort to obtain a more comprehensive picture of the nature and extent of spousal violence, Statistics Canada measured spousal violence against women for the first time in 1993 through the national Violence Against Women (VAW) survey. Statistics Canada began to collect information on spousal violence against both women and men, through Statistics Canada’s General Social Survey (GSS) on Victimization in 1999. A random sample of approximately 24,000 Canadian women and men aged 15 years and older, living in the 10 provinces were asked about violence that their marital or common-law partner (current and previous) may have committed against them in the 5 years preceding the survey. Questions related to spousal violence were repeated in the 2004 GSS and results permit this analysis of how spousal violence has changed between the two survey cycles.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
24. Domestic Violence Prevention and Reduction in British Columbia (2000-2010)  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  BRITISH COLUMBIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This report reviews initiatives aimed at preventing and reducing domestic violence from 2000-2010 in British Columbia. The report includes the latest national and BC-specific data on rates of domestic violence including the health, social, and economic costs of domestic violence against women. The report includes a discussion of prevention strategies and victim services, as well as national and international domestic violence prevention programs and initiatives.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
25. Moving Towards Change: Strengthening the Response of British Columbia’s Health Care System to Violence Against Women  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  BRITISH COLUMBIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
Over the past decade, the health consequences of violence against women have been increasingly recognized and treated with seriousness within the health care system. Due primarily to the leadership of committed individuals and groups, a variety of responses have been initiated within health care. The purposes of this paper are to build on those pioneering efforts and to provide a framework for melding such initiatives into a coordinated, systematic effort to deal with violence against women within the health care system.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
26. Raising the Profile of Second Stage Programs in British Columbia  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  BRITISH COLUMBIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
“Raising the Profile of Second Stage Programs in British Columbia” was commissioned by the BC Network of Second Stage Programs, a collective of programs across the province. Research was conducted through interviews with 23 staff and 37 participants and ex-participants of second stage programs, in order to identify what services are being provided, as well as any gaps in service that may exist. Particularly, the study was intended to identify the role that second stage programs play in supporting women to break free from abusive relationships and keep themselves and their children safe. It is hoped that the increased awareness of second stage resulting from this report will lead to recognition of the need for maintaining current levels of program funding if not increasing this funding to better meet the needs of program participants.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
27. The Health and Well-being of Women in British Columbia  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  BRITISH COLUMBIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): GENERAL ANALYSES, GENERAL ANALYSES, VIOLENCE, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, INJURIES
The Provincial Health Officer's 2008 report examines women's health using a gender and equity lens to identify how women's health is distinct from men's health. The nine chapters are based around the BC Health Goals framework including demographics, health status, living and working conditions (including violence against women), maternal and infant health, individual skills and choices, physical environment, chronic disease and injury, and health services.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
28. Violence and Trauma in the Lives of Women with Serious Mental Illness  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  BRITISH COLUMBIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE, CONTACT WITH MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER
This paper documents the practice in five different mental health care settings in two British Columbia health regions (Vancouver/Richmond Health Board and the Capital Health Region) with respect to the provision of services to women with chronic and persistent mental health problems who are survivors of violence. Focus groups and interviews were used for the five mental health care settings. Additionally, survey tools were used to gather information about programming across all health regions in British Columbia.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
29. Barriers and Strategies: How to Improve Services for Abused Immigrant Women in New Brunswick  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NEW BRUNSWICK
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
The small percentage of immigrant women in New Brunswick means there are few specific and culturally appropriate services available to them. This paper addresses some of the barriers, needs, issues, and concerns of immigrant women living with abuse, specifically in New Brunswick. Strategies are proposed to improve access to and effectiveness of social services for the immigrant population in New Brunswick.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
30. Abused Women in Family Mediation: A Nova Scotia Snapshot  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NOVA SCOTIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
The research outlined in this report indicates that women who have been abused are likely to experience mediation with their abuse as a form of revictimization. Utilizing first person narratives and case studies, the report calls for an immediate moratorium on mediation between abused women and their abusers. The report makes specific recommendations around issues of abuse and mediation.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
31. Providing Services to Immigrant Women in Atlantic Canada  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  NOVA SCOTIA
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE, GENERAL ANALYSES
This article addresses the need for culturally relevant and accessible social services for immigrant women who are dealing with violence in their lives. Interviews with immigrant women and their service providers describe some of the barriers faced by the women. The paper articulates the need for fully funded and coordinated prevention and intervention programs specific to the needs of women who have immigrated to Canada.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
32. Turning Up the Volume on the Health Concerns of Marginalized Women  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  ONTARIO
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): LOW INCOME, VIOLENCE
From 2002 to 2005, in partnership with community organizations, the Ontario Women’s Health Network held 30 focus groups across Ontario with women who are marginalized, that is, women living in poverty, immigrant women, women with disabilities, women who experience racism, violence and other factors that limit their access to economic and social well-being. We visited cities, suburbs, towns and rural areas to talk to women of different ages and of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. The purpose of the focus groups was to identify the health concerns of women in the province, and then take action to address the issues raised.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
33. Good Practices in Legislation on Violence Against Women  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
The United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime convened a meeting of experts in Vienna, Austria, from 26 to 28 May 2008. The purpose of the expert group meeting was to analyze different legislative approaches for addressing violence against women; assess lessons learned and identify good practices in regard to legal reforms on violence against women; and develop a model framework for legislation on violence against women. This report documents the outcome of the meeting and is intended to assist States and other stakeholders in enhancing existing, and developing new, legislation on violence against women and to identify good practices for the United Nations Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
34. Intimate Partner Violence and HIV/AIDS  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
The high rates of HIV infection in women have brought into sharp focus the problem of violence against women. There is a growing recognition that women and girls’ risk of and vulnerability to HIV infection is shaped by deep-rooted and pervasive gender inequalities - violence against them in particular. Studies conducted in many countries indicate that a substantial proportion of women have experienced violence in some form or another at some point in their life. Studies from Rwanda, Tanzania, and South Africa show up to three fold increases a in risk of HIV among women who have experienced violence compared to those who have not. For millions of women, the experience or fear of violence is a daily reality and increasingly, so is HIV/AIDS.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
35. Preventing Violence : A Guide to Implementing the Recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
The document provides conceptual, policy and practical suggestions on how to implement each of the six country-level activities, and promotes a multi-sectoral, data-driven and evidence-based approach.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
36. Spousal Violence Against Women: Preventing Recurrence  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
Male-to-female spousal violence is a significant public health problem because of the associated physical, psychological, and financial costs to victims, their families, communities, and society in general. Worldwide 10% to 69% of women reported being physically assaulted by an intimate male partner at some point in their lives. To prevent future serious or lethal assaults and to help allocate already scarce resources, risk assessment instruments have been developed in an attempt to identify offenders who are at high risk of reoffending. This paper assesses the research evidence on the inter-rater reliability and predictive validity of various risk assessment instruments in predicting male-to-female spousal violence recidivism and lethality in those males who had contact with the police system.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
37. Summary Report: WHO Multi-country Study on Women’s Health and Domestic Violence against Women  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
Violence against women by an intimate partner is a major contributor to the ill-health of women. This study analyzes data from 10 countries and sheds new light on the prevalence of violence against women in countries where few data were previously available. It also uncovers the forms and patterns of this violence across different countries and cultures, documenting the consequences of violence for women’s health. This information has important implications for prevention, care and mitigation.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
38. Violence against Sex Workers and HIV Prevention  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Report
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE, HIV/AIDS

Several factors heighten sex workers’ vulnerability to HIV. Many sex workers are migrants and otherwise mobile within nation states and are thus, difficult to reach via standard outreach and health services. They face cultural, social, legal and linguistic obstacles to accessing services and information. Equally important, many women in sex work experience violence on the streets, on the job or in their personal lives, which increases their vulnerability to HIV and other health concerns. For example, research from Bangladesh, Namibia, India and elsewhere shows that many sex workers, particularly those who work on the streets, report being beaten, threatened with a weapon, slashed, choked, raped and coerced into sex.

+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
39. Violence Against Women with Disabilities – Overview Paper  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Data
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This paper provides an overview of current knowledge relating to violence against women with disabilities. It considers the many forms which such violence can take, identifies the risk factors associated with it, and summarizes the estimates of its occurrence. While recognizing the barriers that women may face in seeking help, the paper also offers suggestions for action and identifies organizations that can help. Finally, it suggests additional information resources that can be consulted.
+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
40. WHO Conference on Women’s Health in Prison Report on Correcting Gender Inequities in Prison Health  
 Add to Shortlist | View Shortlist
REGION:  INTERNATIONAL
Resource Type: Review
TOPIC(S): VIOLENCE
This paper is a background paper for the WHO Declaration on Women’s Health in Prison, which will be discussed during the Annual Conference 2008 of the WHO Health in Prisons Project. The paper reflects the evidence from literature research and the best evidence given by the expert group and other key contributors on Women’s Health in Prison, whose members are listed at the end of the paper under acknowledgements.

+ See detailed description   Go directly to the website  
  Total Resources: 40
Print this page
health determinants > violence