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BMC Public Health

, 12:684

Health behavior, health promotion and society

Abstract

BackgroundIntimate partner violence IPV and child maltreatment CM are major global public health problems. The Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan PreVAiL Research Network, an international group of over 60 researchers and national and international knowledge-user partners in CM and IPV, sought to identify evidence-based research priorities in IPV and CM, with a focus on resilience, using a modified Delphi consensus development process.

MethodsReview of existing empirical evidence, PreVAiL documents and team discussion identified a starting list of 20 priorities in the following categories: resilience to violence exposure RES, CM, and IPV, as well as priorities that cross-cut the content areas CC, and others specific to research methodologies RM in violence research. PreVAiL members N = 47 completed two online survey rounds, and one round of discussions via three teleconference calls to rate, rank and refine research priorities.

ResultsResearch priorities were: to examine key elements of promising or successful programmes in RES-CM-IPV to build intervention pilot work; CC: to integrate violence questions into national and international surveys, and RM: to investigate methods for collecting and collating datasets to link data and to conduct pooled, meta and sub-group analyses to identify promising interventions for particular groups.

ConclusionsThese evidence-based research priorities, developed by an international team of violence, gender and mental health researchers and knowledge-user partners, are of relevance for prevention and resilience-oriented research in the areas of IPV and CM.

Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-1471-2458-12-684 contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: C Nadine Wathen - Jennifer CD MacGregor - Joanne Hammerton - Jeffrey H Coben - Helen Herrman - Donna E Stewart - Harriet

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