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research agenda project rap setting a global violence prevention research agenda on behalf of vpa

Research Agenda Project (RAP):Setting a global violence prevention research agenda on behalf of VPA

Masako Tanaka, Ph.D. McMaster University

on behalf of the RAP group

Cape town, South Africa

September 6-7 2011

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Aim
  • To establish a global violence prevention research agenda on behalf of VPA
    • Next 5 years
    • Focus on interpersonal violence (6 types)
    • Low-, middle-, and high-income countries
methods delphi consensus development
Methods: Delphi consensus development
  • Step 1: Generate research questions
  • Step 2: Compile items and create survey
  • Step 3: Identify survey respondents
  • Step 4: Administer the online survey
  • Step 5: Score items
  • Step 6: Develop the second survey
  • Step 7: Summarize results for publication
methods step 1 generate research questions
Methods - Step 1Generate research questions
  • Participants (RAP group and their associates): Total 97
    • From LMICs (17): n=23
    • From HICs (14): n=74
  • List of research questions
    • For LMICs: 108 items
    • For HICs: 50 items
methods step 2 compile items and create survey
Methods – Step 2Compile items and create survey
  • Approach to compile items:
    • Combined all economic levels
    • Grouped lower-concept items together
    • Public health approach to group items
    • Survey is created for each abuse type
    • Cross-cutting area relevant to all types
methods step 2 compile items and create survey1
Methods – Step 2Compile items and create survey
  • Survey structure:
    • Section 1:
      • Demographics
      • Choose income levels (LMICs, HICs, or all)
      • Choose type of abuse
    • Section 2: for selected abuse types:
      • Rank the priority among 4 public health steps
        • Then rank items in order of priority within each step
    • Section 3:
      • Cross-cutting areas (methodology, knowledge translation, law)
questions
Questions
  • Identify the survey respondents
    • Should we increase respondents from LMICs? OR reduce respondents from HICs?
      • Can we ask respondents to forward a link to the survey to their colleagues (from LMICs)?
    • Should we distribute the survey to relevant organizations such as UN women?
    • Should we make the survey available for general public to respond?
    • Should we seek feedback from general public about the results of the survey?
next steps and time line
Next steps and time line
  • Administer online survey in mid September 2011, for 2 weeks
  • Analyze results
  • Send second survey
  • Prepare draft publication (summarizing Delphi process and results)
  • Prepare draft publication (Document suitable for general public summarizing research priorities)
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