Intimate partner violence: Understanding research on risk & protective factors

Speakers:

Dr Pauline Gulliver is a Research Fellow in the School of Population Health at the University of Auckland.
Dr Janet Fanslow is the Co-Director of the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse and Associate Professor, Social and Community Health in the School of Population Health at the University of Auckland.

This presentation was based on the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse Issues Paper, Understanding research on risk and protective factors for intimate partner violence (June 2016).

At this seminar held on 27 July 2016 at the Wharewaka, Dr Gulliver and Dr Fanslow explored how risk and protective factors for intimate partner violence are identified. They discussed conceptual models that have guided exploration of risk and protective factors.  

This presentation helped to inform policy makers on the multipronged approaches required to address IPV, and align long-term investment in policy, infrastructure and communities. The issues paper identifies that this approach needs to be supported by an overall strategic government framework. Lessons can be learnt from addressing other social issues such as the road toll.

The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse is funded by Superu and based at the University of Auckland.

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Event date: 
27 June 2016
Event Type: 
Superu events
Last update: 20 Jul 2016