New toolkit for domestic violence research

A new, online support for those seeking to conduct community-based participatory research (CBPR) related to domestic violence was launched this month by a national development team led by Lisa Goodman, a professor of counseling psychology at Boston College's Lynch School of Education.

Lisa Goodman
Lisa Goodman

The project, funded by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, targets researchers across disciplines and social locations who are working in academic, policy, community, or practice-based settings.

In particular, the toolkit provides support to emerging researchers as they consider whether and how to take a CBPR approach and what it might mean in the context of their professional roles and settings. Domestic violence advocates will also find useful information on the CBPR approach and how it can help answer important questions about their work.

Find the CBPR toolkit here.

—University Communications