Understanding the impact of domestic violence on physical health

Summary

The aim for this research is to better understand the impact of domestic violence on physical health and wellbeing. The second phase of work will be to develop innovative strategies to reduce the burden and provide support

Supervisor(s)

Associate Professor Julie Redfern

Research Location

Westmead - Westmead Clinical School

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

This research will explore impacts and also seek to test innovative and scalable solutions to help reduce the health burden of domestic violence. The research can be iterative and can focus on Australia but also internationally given the burden. The supervisory team have extensive research experience in epidemiology, clinical trials, systematic reviews and qualitative research. Students who are creative, organised and leaders in the field are encouraged to apply.

Additional Information

• Scholarship(s) are potentially available to outstanding candidates

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Keywords

Domestic Violence, health, cardiovascular, risk factors, Wellbeing, social, Health services Multidisciplinary

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2517