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A review of which advocacy interventions work to help abused women, and under what circumstances, and which women are likely to benefit

A review of which advocacy interventions work to help abused women, and under what circumstances, and which women are likely to benefit

Update: 2019-11-27
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Almost all Cochrane Reviews use a systematic methodology in which the rules for including a study are clearly defined in advance, the researchers try to find and include all such studies and seek an estimate of the size of the effect of an intervention or the accuracy of a diagnostic test. However, some researchers wish to look more at why and how interventions or actions work, and a realist approach might be more appropriate for their review. One of the first such Cochrane reviews was published in June 2019, assessing advocacy interventions for abused women, and we asked lead author, Carol Rivas from University College London in the UK, to tell us more.

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A review of which advocacy interventions work to help abused women, and under what circumstances, and which women are likely to benefit

A review of which advocacy interventions work to help abused women, and under what circumstances, and which women are likely to benefit