Intimate Partner Violence During COVID-19 Restrictions: A Study of 30 Countries From the I-SHARE Consortium

Linda Campbell, Rayner K. J. Tan, Maximiliane Uhlich, Joel M. Francis, Kristen Mark, Naomi Miall, Stefano Eleuteri, Amanda Gabster, Simukai Shamu, Leona Plášilová, Elizabeth Kemigisha, Adesola Olumide, Priya Kosana, Felipe Hurtado-Murillo, Elin C. Larsson, Amanda Cleeve, Soraya Calvo González, Gabriela Perrotta, Victoria Fernández Albamonte, Lucía Blanco, Johanna Schröder, Adedamola Adebayo, Jacqueline Hendriks, Hanna Saltis, Michael Marks … & Joseph D Tucker
Intimate partner violence (IPV) causes substantial physical and psychological trauma. Restrictions introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including lockdowns and movement restrictions, may exacerbate IPV risk and reduce access to IPV support services. This cross-sectional study examines IPV during COVID-19 restrictions in 30 countries from the International Sexual HeAlth and REproductive Health (I-SHARE) study conducted from July 20th, 2020, to February, 15th, 2021. IPV was a primary outcome measure adapted from a World Health...
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