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Research: Guidelines & Recommendations for Conducting Research

The resources listed in this area provide guidance and recommendations for conducting research on violence against women. Resources are provided to aid in the research process from proposal writing to surveillance to analysis to reporting.

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This interactive online resource guides evidence-based decision making in the work to prevent violence in communities and homes.
Authors: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
January 25, 2001
This web conference discusses the value of involving adolescents in research on exposure to violence, and engaging them in community activism.
Authors: Felton Earls, M.D.