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Intimate Partner Abuse and Women’s Health

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Gender
Date submitted:   30/03/2010
Member:   Professor Stewart Lockie


The study found significant negative mental health consequences for women experiencing any form of abuse and a reluctance to seek counselling and support services. Support services and education and prevention programs must recognise that all forms of partner abuse, including non-physical forms, result in depression and severe psychological symptomatology which are likely to affect women’s help seeking behaviour.

Lockie, S., Nancarrow, H. and Sharma, S. (2010) ‘The Impact of Intimate Partner Abuse on Women’s Health in the Bowen Basin and Mackay region of Central Queensland, Australia’, Journal for Rural and Tropical Public Health, 9, 7–13.

 

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