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How Intimate Partner Violence Affects Mental Health and Economic Insecurities

Season 6, Ep. 25

Lisa Fedina, PhD, School of Social Work assistant professor, and faculty affiliate at U-M Poverty Solutions, the Injury Prevention Center, the Youth Depression and Suicide Prevention Program, and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, studies how violence can affect the health of women and transgender adults. Fedina provides insight into her research, which explores how intimate partner violence and economic insecurity play a role in the lives of these groups. 



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