This page explores researching discussing the subtopic of behavioral health within family violence prevention.
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Women’s mental health: Acute impact of COVID-19 pandemic on domestic violence
-Sediri et al., 2020
This study examines the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and gender-based violence in the country of Tunisia.
On the margins: The challenges of identifying domestic violence in mental health services. Findings of a qualitative Irish study.
-Donnelly & Holt, 2022
This Irish study explores domestic violence within the mental health setting and ultimately the benefits of integrated, trauma informed care.
Food insecurity, maternal mental health, and domestic violence: A call for a syndemic approach to research and interventions
-Laurenzi, Field, & Honikman, 2020
This study discusses previous research in an examination of the intersection of some key public health topics: food security, mental health, and domestic violence
Beyond co-occurrence: Addressing the intersections of domestic violence, mental health and substance misuse
-Humphreys et al., 2021
This study explores relevant data in an examination of associations between key behavioral health topics: domestic violence, mental health, and substance misuse