predictors and consequences of intimate partner violence in tanzania: a mixed-methods longitudinal study
this study is one of the largest quantitative and qualitative longitudinal studies on intimate partner violence with multiple time points among women of reproductive age in a low-income country. applying a holistic approach, the study is not limited to information from women only, it will also interview men qualitatively and quantitatively on their perceptions, predictors and consequences of intimate partner violence.
- dr heidi stöckl; director, gvhc; professor in social epidemiology
- dr gerry mshana, principal research scientist, national institute for medical research, tanzania
- zaina mchome, phd student, university of groningen, netherlands
please note that the time listed is greenwich mean time (gmt)