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Research project

Mapping pathways of response for adult and child victim-survivors of domestic abuse in Southampton City

Project overview

Eunice is working with a team of researchers to do a system mapping and evaluation of the response to domestic abuse in Southampton City. The project titled ‘Mapping pathways of response for adult and child victim-survivors of domestic abuse in Southampton City’ will deploy a mixed-methods approach.

Routinely-collected, anonymised, quantitative and qualitative data from Southampton City Council will be analysed as well as qualitative data, collected by interview, with adult and child (aged 12+) victim-survivors who have been referred to PIPPA-Prevention, Intervention, & Public Protection Alliance and HRDA- High-Risk Domestic Abuse.

Staff

Lead researcher

Dr Sara Morgan

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Health inequalities
  • Violence Prevention
  • Social Epidemiology
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Other researchers

Dr Eunice Aroyewun

Senior Research Assistant

Research interests

  • Child protection
  • Adolescent health
  • Public health
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs