ONLINE STUDY TO IMPROVE SAFETY DECISIONS AND WELLBEING OF WOMEN EXPERIENCING ABUSE
"isafe" is a study that has been developed in New Zealand to improve the safety decisions and well-being of women in abusive partner relationships. The use of the internet gives women privacy to consider what is happening in their relationship, look at their personal safety options, and informs them about the possible dangers. A focus on safety planning for women and their children, and information on where help is available within their community is included.
We are interested in recruiting women as research participants for this study. If you are 16 years of age and older, have internet access, and are feeling unsafe or experiencing abuse in your current relationship with your partner, we would like to invite you to take part in this study.
- Visit www.isafe.aut.ac.nz
- Phone 0508 447 233