Projects in Program B
Randomised controlled trials for early intervention health system model
Quantitative evidence synthesis to develop early intervention health system models for all members of the family.
Patient perspectives and expectations of health practitioners
Meta-analysis of qualitative data on what women & Indigenous Peoples expect from health practitioners, & what factors promote readiness to respond in health practitioners services.
Health Practitioner perspectives
Meta-analysis of qualitative data on barriers & facilitators to identification and response to family violence.
Online pathways for young people
Pathways to safety for young people experiencing IPV through online identification, response & referrals to services.
Online tools for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples
Facilitation of early identification, response & referral through online platforms for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.
Online resource for women experiencing intimate partner sexual violence, codesigned with survivors.
Implementation of an online healthy relationship tool and safety decision aid for women experiencing domestic violence into existing practice.
The FRIEND study - Friends IntervENing in Dating violence
Qualitative study of how friends respond to young women experiencing dating violence to develop a technological intervention.
Testing in universal services of early intervention health systems model
Testing in universal services of early intervention health systems model to improve health, safety and wellbeing of families.
RADD - Relationships and Digital Device
Developing a measure of technology-facilitated abuse in young people’s dating relationships.
Primary health care interventions in low and middle-income countries
Systematic review of interventions in primary care.
Improving GP early identification, supportive and referral of and other culturally diverse women experiencing family violence.
Sustainability of and Response to Family Violence in antenatal care.
Common Risk Assessment Framework
Redevelopment of Victorian risk assessment and management framework for family violence.
Implementation of a comprehensive educational program for general practitioners in the north-west Melbourne region.
Identifying and responding to domestic and family violence (e-learning course)
Provides practical ways that health practitioners can increase their skills in identifying and responding to domestic and family violence. More info
The Share Project
An innovative approach to integrated knowledge translation with an interdisciplinary research network, including lived experience participants for domestic violence. This project is not exclusive to Program B, it sits across and is relevant to all of our project work.