Researchers at the University of Bristol are still looking for men to take part in a new study that hopes to collect evidence on how we can best support men to change their abusive behaviour.
So far they have recruited 28 men and 8 female ex/partners*. Their target is to recruit 48 men and as many ex/partners as possible, so they still really need your help!
Please also see below the latest version of the Men’s Leaflet, which provides men with more information on the study:Reprovide-men's 3 fold leaflet v.1.3 04092017
For referrals or any more information about the study please do not hesitate to contact:
Rebekah Shallcross and the team: firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07976 225462
Sally Stockham at Splitz: Sally.Stockham@splitz.org or 07587 777754 (Splitz is our partner organisation who run the domestic violence perpetrator programmes)
*Female ex/partners are also part of the trial because their views on men’s behaviour is crucial to the study. Women are offered support from, or signposted to Next Link domestic violence support service.