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Prevention of intimate partner violence in substance using populations
Substance Use and Misuse (2009)
  • J. R. Temple
  • Gregory Lyal Stuart
  • T. J. O'Farrell
Abstract
Although the prevention of intimate partner violence is a major public health priority for the United States, little is known about how to prevent this form of violence. The strong cross-sectional and longitudinal association between substance misuse and partner violence suggests that substance-misusing populations may be an ideal audience for implementing partner violence prevention programs. This approach is reviewed from the perspective of universal, selective, and indicated prevention programs. doi:10.1080/10826080902961377
Keywords
  • intimate partner violence,
  • substance misuse,
  • prevention
Publication Date
2009
Citation Information
J. R. Temple, Gregory Lyal Stuart and T. J. O'Farrell. "Prevention of intimate partner violence in substance using populations" Substance Use and Misuse Vol. 44 Iss. 9-10 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gregory_stuart/75/