Review of evidence on knowledge translation & exchange in the violence against women field

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Parenting Research Centre, Melbourne

Friday, 17th April 2015

The Parenting Research Centre (PRC) was commissioned by Australia’s National
Research Organisation for Women’s Safety Limited (ANROWS) to undertake a
review of the evidence on knowledge translation and exchange (KTE) strategies in the field of violence against women.

For the purpose of this research, the scope of ‘violence against women’ refers to domestic violence, including intimate partner and Indigenous family violence, and sexual assault.
The aims of the research were to:
• build knowledge about the evidence for KTE in the area of violence against women;
• compare KTE differences in the sexual assault and domestic violence sectors; and
• examine differences in KTE approaches by various practitioners within those sectors.

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By J Pope

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