Rapid Review on COVID-19, Substance Use, and Intimate Partner Violence

This year, with funding support from the CIHR’s COVID-19 and Mental Health Initiative, the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health partnered with the Canadian Centre on Substance

CCSA: Action on Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Use

(Email communication from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction) Dear colleague, Women are experiencing increased rates of intimate partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gender-informed Virtual Interventions Addressing Substance Use and Intimate Partner Violence

CPHA presented a webinar on 20 January 2021 entitled ‘Gender-Informed Virtual Interventions Addressing Substance Use and Intimate Partner Violence’. This webinar described technology-based approaches in

3 Considerations for Supporting Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recommended pandemic public health measures like social/physical distancing are meant to promote safety, but they may unintentionally increase the risk of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).

Exploring the linkages between substance use, COVID-19, and intimate partner violence

Brabete, A. C., Greaves, L., Poole, N., Wolfson, L., Stinson, J., Allen, S.Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health Vancouver, BC Canada IntroductionIntimate partner violence (IPV)

Research: The Importance of Intimate Partner Violence in Within‐Relationship and Between‐Person Risk for Alcohol‐Exposed Pregnancy

Arielle R. Deutsch First published: 30 January 2019 https://doi.org/10.1111/acer.13968 Abstract Background Preconceptual prevention programs geared toward reducing alcohol‐exposed pregnancy (AEP) typically emphasize behavioral change of alcohol

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