Ending Intimate Partner Violence after pregnancy: Findings from a community-based longitudinal study in Nicaragua

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BACKGROUND Although reducing intimate partner violence (IPV) is a pervasive public health problem, few longitudinal studies in developing countries have assessed ways to end such abuse. To this end, this paper aims to analyze individual, family, community and societal factors that facilitate reducing IPV. METHODS A longitudinal population-based study was… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-9-350

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@article{Salazar2009EndingIP, title={Ending Intimate Partner Violence after pregnancy: Findings from a community-based longitudinal study in Nicaragua}, author={Mariano Salazar and Eliette C Valladares and Ann {\"O}hman and Ulf H{\"o}gberg}, journal={BMC Public Health}, year={2009}, volume={9}, pages={350 - 350} }