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Men at work : men's views on a stopping violence service David Mitchell and Philip Chapman

By: Mitchell, David.
Contributor(s): Chapman, Philip.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Nelson, N.Z. : SVS - Living Safe Public Health, Nelson Malborough District Health Board Bachelor of Nursing Programme, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, 2014Description: 27 p.; 30 cm; electronic document (28 p.); PDF file: 680 KB.Subject(s): ABUSIVE MEN | ATTITUDES | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PERPETRATOR PROGRAMMES | PERPETRATORS | SUPPORT SERVICES | NELSON | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: The aim of this project was to collect data from men who had completed or were completing the SVS - Living Safe "Stopping Violence group programme to gain their views on: - the effectiveness of the stopping violence group - how SVS - Living Safe services could be further developed - strategies that would be useful in reducing the incidence of family violence in our community. The findings and recommendations are based on a survey completed by 31 respondents and 12 focus group participants. The research project was a collaboration between SVS - Living Safe, Public Health, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board and the Bachlelor of Nursing Programme, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
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The aim of this project was to collect data from men who had completed or were completing the SVS - Living Safe "Stopping Violence group programme to gain their views on:
- the effectiveness of the stopping violence group
- how SVS - Living Safe services could be further developed
- strategies that would be useful in reducing the incidence of family violence in our community.
The findings and recommendations are based on a survey completed by 31 respondents and 12 focus group participants.
The research project was a collaboration between SVS - Living Safe, Public Health, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board and the Bachlelor of Nursing Programme, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.