Screening tools ready for use

Month: April 2021


The Spanish screening tool is an electronic application for tablets and the Danish screening is an electronic screening survey. Both screenings programs are developed to identify pregnant women exposed to IPV in antenatal care centres for recruitment into the video counselling project. The screening tool in both Spain and Denmark includes basic demographic data and validated questionnaires suitable for antenatal care settings (the AAS, ISA and/or the WAST-Short). In Spain the recording of provision of the women’s interest in participating in the screening and the counselling; her informed written consent for the screening according to the requirements from the Andalusian Ethical Committee; and follow-up data.

The two screenings programs have been developed in a collaboration between the two countries. In order to share knowledge and take each individual country and population into account, which also demonstrate the motive for the tools few differences.

Find the deliverable here: D2-5


IPV and eHealth interventions - systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials

Month: April 2021


Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a major public health concern. eHealth interventions may reduce exposure to
violence and health-related consequences as the technology provides a safe and flexible space for the target population. However, the evidence is unclear.

In this publication, the goal of the review is to examine the effect of eHealth interventions compared with standard care on reducing IPV, depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among women exposed to IPV.

Read the publication here: Publication_IPV and eHealth interventions – a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials


STOP - Danish screening tool for IPV

Month: April 2021


As part of the STOP, a report has been prepared to present the Danish screening tool to be used in the screening for IPV among pregnant women in the Danish site.

The report provides a description of the Danish screening programme In the report, you will also find screenshots of the different sections of the electronic questionnaire sent to all pregnant women in the Region of Southern Denmark.

Find the deliverable here: D2-2


Inclusion of women has begun!

Month: April 2021


During the last couple of months, we have been working hard to make the final tweaks on our STOP intervention developed to support and empower women exposed to IPV in order to launch the service in our two sites in Denmark and Spain. Also, we have provided training programmes for the dedicated staff to conduct screening and video counselling with the pregnant women.

In March, the STOP project launched the eHealth intervention and in both Denmark and Spain, women now participate in the screening for IPV. Already, a number of women have scored above the threshold indicating violence in their partnerships and have been offered to participate in the STOP project.

Thus, we are in the process of collecting the first experiences with our video counselling and safety planning service. We look forward to sharing our experiences with you along the way.