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General Information

The first domestic violence website for children and young people launched by charity Women's Aid. The site is designed to inform children and young people about domestic violence. For more information go to
Women's Aid and The Body Shop 'Stop Violence in the Home' Campaign

Barnsley Television offers a 2-hour video/DVD about domestic violence for training and education purposes, raising awareness about domestic violence. More Information at

Home Office - Domestic Violence - The Current Situation

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Web Site

The Domestic Violence Data Source

Facts and Myths about Domestic Violence

Guide to domestic violence resources on the Internet

UK Domestic violence: one woman's story

Domestic Violence Information Centre

Domestic Violence Handbook


Domestic Violence - An Epidemic

Minnesota Centre against Violence and Abuse

CHANGE (Men Learning to End Their Violence to Women Ltd.)

Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Database (NMAP)

Women's Aid

Official Publications

Home Office - Putting victims first : The Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims bill (what's new)

Scottish Executive - Protocol on Domestic Abuse for Healthcare Workers

Domestic Violence Violence Against Women

Government Policy Around Domestic Violence

Enough is Enough - Report of a conference by the Metropolitan Police, Uk

Scottish Health on the Web


Violence Research Forum

Institute for Women's Policy Research

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

One Plus One Marriage and Partnership Research

Legal Issues

Court tackles domestic violence

Child Protection

Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

Evidence Based Practice

Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect - With a Program of Nurse Home Visitation

Domestic Violence

Interventions for preventing injuries in problem drinkers


The National Research Register

Domestic Violence Strategy


Domestic violence : The role of the community nurse.

Barriers to effective interagency working in the field of domestic violence : An executive summary.

Professional Briefing - Domestic violence : A framework of good practice

Understanding Domestic Violence : A Training Pack

For copies of the above publications, contact Scott McMillan Subscriber Servcies
Tel. 01732 884 023 Fax - 01732 884 034

Bibliographic Information

Health Education Authority

British Medical Journal



Related Information

Major role for midwives to curb domestic violence, Public Health News 27th June 2005 p.6.

Domestic Violence Training Pack, The Practicing Midwife June 2005 8(6) p.10.

Refuges turning away substance misuse, Community Care, 26 May 2005 1574 p. 13.