Cross-sectional prevalence survey of intimate partner violence perpetration and victimization in Canadian military personnel

  title={Cross-sectional prevalence survey of intimate partner violence perpetration and victimization in Canadian military personnel},
  author={M A Zamorski and Miriam E Wiens-Kinkaid},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
BACKGROUND Intimate partner violence (IPV) is prevalent and is associated with a broad range of adverse consequences. In military organizations, IPV may have special implications, such as the potential of service-related mental disorders to trigger IPV. However, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) have limited data to guide their prevention and control efforts. METHODS Self-reported IPV perpetration, victimization, and their correlates were assessed on a cross-sectional survey of a stratified… CONTINUE READING


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