Lori Heise spends much of her time researching Domestic violence, Social issues, Sexual abuse, Environmental health and Public health. Her Domestic violence study focuses on Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. Sexual abuse combines with fields such as Gender studies, Rural area and Health care in her work.
Her Environmental health research incorporates themes from Justice, Beneficence and Confidentiality. Her Public health research includes elements of Developing country, Public relations and Negotiation. Her Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Unintended pregnancy, Gynecology and Unsafe abortion.
Lori Heise mainly investigates Domestic violence, Psychological intervention, Public health, Social psychology and Suicide prevention. Lori Heise works mostly in the field of Domestic violence, limiting it down to concerns involving Sexual abuse and, occasionally, Child abuse. Her Psychological intervention research includes themes of Developmental psychology, Transactional sex, Intervention and Child marriage.
Lori Heise has included themes like Developing country, Gender studies, Gerontology and Public relations in her Public health study. The Suicide prevention study combines topics in areas such as Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. Her Social issues study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social change and Criminology.
Her main research concerns Psychological intervention, Domestic violence, Developmental psychology, Intervention and Focus group. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Promotion, Human sexuality, Norm and Public health. Her research investigates the link between Public health and topics such as Slum that cross with problems in Medical education.
The research on Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention is part of her Domestic violence project. Her Sexual abuse and Suicidal ideation study in the realm of Suicide prevention connects with subjects such as Mental health. Her Intervention study also includes
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Psychological intervention, Domestic violence, Focus group and Program evaluation. Her work on Social psychology and Affect as part of her general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Human factors and ergonomics, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her work carried out in the field of Psychological intervention brings together such families of science as Global health, Gender equity, Norm and Health promotion.
Her Norm research incorporates elements of Developing country, Public economics and Public relations. Lori Heise is interested in Psychological abuse, which is a branch of Domestic violence. Her Demography study incorporates themes from Mental health and Public health.
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Prevalence of intimate partner violence: findings from the WHO multi-country study on women's health and domestic violence
Claudia Garcia-Moreno;Henrica A. F. M. Jansen;Mary Carroll Ellsberg;Lori L. Heise.
The Lancet (2006)
Ending Violence Against Women
Lori Heise;Mary Ellsberg;Megan Gottemoeller.
Population Reports. Series L: Issues in World Health (1999)
WHO Multi-country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence against Women: Initial Results on Prevalence, Health Outcomes and Women's Responses
C. García-Moreno;H. A. F. M. Jansen;M. Ellsberg;L. Heise.
Intimate partner violence and women's physical and mental health in the WHO multi-country study on women's health and domestic violence: an observational study
Mary Carroll Ellsberg;Henrica A. F. M. Jansen;Lori L. Heise;Charlotte H. Watts.
The Lancet (2008)
What Factors Are Associated With Recent Intimate Partner Violence? Findings From the WHO Multi-Country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence
Tanya Abramsky;Charlotte H. Watts;Claudia Garcia-Moreno;Karen Devries.
BMC Public Health (2011)
Violence by intimate partners.
Heise L;Garcia-Moreno C.
Researching violence against women: a practical guide for researchers and activists
Ellsberg Mc;Heise L.
Researching domestic violence against women: methodological and ethical considerations.
Mary Ellsberg;Lori Heise;Rodolfo Peña;Sonia Agurto.
Studies in Family Planning (2001)
A global overview of gender-based violence
Lori L. Heise;Mary Carroll Ellsberg;M. Gottmoeller.
International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics (2002)
Violence against women is strongly associated with suicide attempts: Evidence from the WHO multi-country study on women’s health and domestic violence against women
Karen Devries;Charlotte Watts;Mieko Yoshihama;Ligia Kiss.
Social Science & Medicine (2011)
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