Angela Taft and Rhonda Small have recently had a commentary piece published in the prestigious journal BMC Medicine. The article is entitled 'Preventing and reducing violence against women: innovation in community-level studies'.
In their article, Angela and Rhonda write: 'Gender-based violence, especially its most common form – intimate partner violence (IPV) – is prevalent globally.' They argue that the recent 'Findings from the SASA! Study' is useful in addressing this violence. According to Angela and Rhonda, 'the involvement in SASA! of male as well as female advocates to challenge attitudes to power and partner violence, proved both innovative and effective in reducing violence.'
Well done, Angela and Rhonda, on this publication!