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Synopsis: 52 family doctors were randomized to provide their female patients (272 female patients in total), who screened positive for intimate partner violence (IPV), with either counselling sessions or give them resource cards and provide usual care, in order to compare the quality of life, safety planning and behaviours, and mental health status between the women). Following 12 months, results indicated that counselling from a family doctor did not improve the quality of life, safety planning and behaviours, mental health, anxiety symptoms, or comfort to discuss fears in women. Patients, who received Read More »
Author verified Level 2 RCT
Synopsis: 2945 women presenting to orthopaedic injury clinics were included in this multinational survey study to investigate the prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV). Female patients who met eligibility criteria at one of the 12 orthopaedic fracture clinics in Canada, USA, Denmark, the Netherlands, or India anonymously answered direct questions about physical, emotional and sexual IPV. Additionally, these patients Read More »
Author verified RCT
Synopsis: 2708 English- or Spanish-speaking women were randomised to undergo an intervention involving a computerized partner violence screening with a partner violence resource list, an intervention with just a partner violence resource list, or a control group with neither. The primary outcome was health-related quality of life. The results indicated Read More »
Author verified Level 1 RCT