Short course on gender based violence research: methods and meaning

08 February 2013
Alexandra Hyde

The Gender, Violence and Health Centre is pleased to announce the launch of an annual short course on gender based violence research.

Applications are now open for the 2013 course, which will run from 22 to 26 April. The course is intended for individuals who will conduct or commission research on gender-based violence. 

It will be of particular interest to those who want to add a 'violence component' to a study that is quantitative or qualitative or an intervention evaluation. It is relevant for individuals working on health-related topics such as sexual and reproductive health, maternal health, HIV, mental health and substance abuse.

The Gender, Violence and Health Centre is a multi-disciplinary cross-departmental research group that works with partners around the world to conduct action-oriented, intervention based research on gender-based violence and health. It hosts both STRIVE and the social and mathematical epidemiology group (SaME) at LSHTM.

More information about the course is available here

Application instructions are here