Paper published on results of pilot training on domestic violence and child safeguarding for GPs

Dr Natalia Lewis, Research Fellow, Centre for Academic Primary Care, University of Bristol GPs provide health care for multiple members of the same family including victims and perpetrators of domestic violence and their children. Children’s exposure to domestic violence can cause harm, yet many clinicians remain uncertain of their responsibilities towards child patients in cases […]

Paper on Reconsidering Perpetrator Typologies by Professor David Gadd

david.gadd@manchester.ac.uk Practitioners working with men who are violent towards women will routinely encounter men who claim the causes of their behaviour are unique or specific to a relationship that has gone wrong. Such claims must be treated with caution and read against the backcloth of victim testimonies that reveal a continuum of violence in very […]