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Primary and community HCPs and domestic abuse/coercive control

Primary and community care Staff as survivors of domestic violence and abusePRESSURE

Our study, PRESSURE, is exploring primary and community care professionals’ own experiences of domestic abuse/coercive control

If you are a primary or community healthcare professional who has experienced abusive, controlling, or violent behaviour from a partner, ex-partner, or family member, OR if you work in a role that involves supporting primary or community healthcare professionals (e.g., in HR, occupational health, or as a line manager) – whether you have supported a colleague experiencing abuse or not – please would you consider completing our survey?

It takes between 20 and 40 minutes depending on the level of detail you give.  

The study is completely independent of the NHS, and other bodies such as healthcare regulators, unions, and Royal Colleges. We hope that our findings will improve policy and practice regarding support.


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