User-involvement in the development of a culturally sensitive intervention in the safe pregnancy study to prevent intimate partner violence
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OriginalversjonFlaathen, E. M. E., Lukasse, M., Garnweidner-Holme, L., Angelshaug, J., & Henriksen, L. (2020). User-involvement in the development of a culturally sensitive intervention in the safe pregnancy study to prevent intimate partner violence. Violence against women. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077801220954274
Intimate partner violence (IPV) during pregnancy has negative health impacts on the woman and the fetus. There is a lack of evidence supporting effective interventions to prevent IPV during pregnancy. This user-involvement study was conducted to get feedback on a culturally sensitive, tablet intervention containing questions about violence and safety-behaviors and a video promoting safety behaviors. This resulted in important feedback on the intervention content. Our findings show that women are in favor of disclosing IPV via a tablet. They suggested ways to address barriers for disclosure, such as safeguarding anonymity and creating a trustful relationship with the midwife.