You are invited to participate in a web-based online survey on Family Violence (FV) curricula. The main aim of this project is to describe the current FV education deliver in Medical Universities, during the undergraduate training program in Europe, barriers and facilitators influencing it.
This is a research project by the University of Luxembourg (UL), approved by the Ethics Review Panel of the UL (ERP 17-015 FAVICUE), in collaboration with the Vasco da Gama Movement Family Violence group (the Junior Doctors Network of Family Medicine in Europe), the WONCA Special Interest Group on Family Violence, the European Network for Prevention and Health Promotion in Family Medicine and General Practice (EUROPREV) and European Academy of Teachers in General Practice / Family Medicine (EURACT). It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey.
Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary. You may decline to take part in the research or exit the survey at any time.
You will receive no direct benefit from participating in this research study. However, your participation will help us to learn more about the training on family violence across European countries. The information solicited in this form will be very helpful to improve the training programmes offered, for general statistical use, to map the actual situation of the training on family violence in Europe and to share the results of this research in social media, scientific congresses or other kinds of publication.
If you are interested to be in contact with the FV group or to be informed of the study’s results, you are welcome to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no foreseeable risks involved in participating in this study.
Your survey answers will be sent to a server at the University of Luxembourg where the data will be stored in a password protected electronic format. This server does not collect identifying information such as your IP address. The information in this form may be used for the establishment of statistical data on training and educational programs, and may be shared at scientific congresses or published, without any personal information. No names or any other identifying information will be included in any publications or presentations based on these data, and your responses to this survey will remain confidential and anonymous.
There are 40 questions in this survey.