A comparison of the Impacts of Intimate Partner Violence when Sexual Violence is or is not experienced

Dr Marika Guggisberg

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) continues to present a significant global problem. Sexual violence is often one aspect of IPV. A significant amount of personal and social cost arises from IPV, particularly when sexual violence is experienced. Many victimised women engage in alcohol/other drug use as a way of coping, which presents additional problems. This presentation will raise awareness of the impact of different forms of IPV and the particular impact of sexual violence when compared to victimisation where no sexual violence is experienced. 

 

The 22nd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health
Recorded in Singapore, July 25-28, 2015
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Dr Marika Guggisberg

Curtin University, Department of Postgraduate Health Promotion & Sexology, School of Public Health, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. 

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