Useful Research Links

 
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Australia

 
 
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ACCORD: South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI)
Companion principles by which Aboriginal health research in South Australia should be conducted.

 

 
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Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS)
Australian Government’s key research body in the area of family wellbeing. They conduct research to increase the understanding of Australian families and the issues that affect them.

 

 
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Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS)
Delivering relevant and translatable research evidence which drives policy and practice leading to a reduction in the levels of violence against women and their children.

 

 
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Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
Produces high-quality reports and other information products, on key health and welfare issues in Australia. 

 

 
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Keeping research on track (NHMRC)
A guide for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about health research ethics.

 

 
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Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Policy Brief 2: Health consequences of family violence
Translating evidence from the Maternal Health Study to inform policy and practice.

 

 
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Road map II (NHMRC)
A strategic framework for improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through research.

 

 
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Values and Ethics (NHMRC)
Guidelines for Ethical Conduct in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research. 

 

Global

 
 
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Ethical and Safety Recommendations World Health Organisation (WHO)
For intervention research on violence against women.

 

 
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Global and regional estimates of violence against women: World Health Organisation (WHO)
Prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence

 

 
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The Violence Prevention Information System: World Health Organisation (WHO)
Violence Info collates published scientific information on the main types of interpersonal violence.