Women’s Experiences Receiving Support Online for Intimate Partner Violence: How Does it Compare to Face-to-Face Support from a Health Professional?
L Tarzia, Reesha Cornelio, Kirsty Forsdike, Kelsey Hegarty
Interacting with Computers | Oxford University Press (OUP) | Published : 2018
There is a growing need for novel approaches in supporting victims of intimate partner violence (IPV), particularly as the demand placed on formal services increases. Online interventions in this space have shown a great deal of theoretical promise. However, currently little is known about how women perceive this form of support, and how their experiences of receiving support online might differ from face-to-face approaches. This study aims to address this gap through qualitative interviews with n = 16 women who had experienced IPV. Eight of the women had received support via an interactive online intervention, and eight had received a counselling intervention delivered by their general prac..View full abstract
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The I-DECIDE study was funded by the Australian Research Council through a Discovery Project grant. The weave study was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council.