Woman-to-woman Sexual Violence Study

Women over the age of 18 are being invited to take part in a study exploring their experience of woman-to-woman sexual assault. This research study has been reviewed and approved by the Faculty of Health, Education and Society Research Ethics Committee, Plymouth University.

Woman-to-woman sexual assault is an extremely important yet under-researched area; a gap which this research hopes to begin to address. Participation in the study is completely voluntary and respondents can withdraw at any time without any disadvantage to themselves.

The information contained in these interviews will remain confidential, and any information collected on a participant who withdraws will be destroyed.

Follow the link below if you are interested in completing a short online survey and taking part in the study. There is an opportunity at the end of the survey where you can choose to register your interest in taking part in the next phase of this research and to be interviewed; this is entirely optional.


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