Violent typologies among women inpatients with severe mental illness

@inproceedings{Schaefer2016ViolentTA,
  title={Violent typologies among women inpatients with severe mental illness},
  author={Richelle Schaefer and Matthew T. M. Broadbent and Matt Bruce},
  booktitle={Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology},
  year={2016}
}
PurposeExtant severe mental illness (SMI) and physical violence literature focus disproportionately on community-based men samples. To address this empirical imbalance, the current study explored violence towards others and oneself among women inpatients with SMI. As those with SMI are more likely to be victims than perpetrators of violence, victimisation was also an important factor assessed in this study.MethodsThe study used a quantitative within-subject cross-sectional design. Data were… CONTINUE READING
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