I have attached a number of articles whereby I have either been quoted or mentioned. If you wish for further clarity on these please do not hesitate to contact me via email or Twitter.
The VAMHN blog focuses on how delighted I was to be awarded the VAMHM Early Career Researcher Bursary for attending and presenting at the 4th European Conference on Domestic Violence 2021 to share my research focusing on male victims of domestic abuse experiences seeking professional medical help
A team of academics at the University of Wolverhampton has been successful in winning a bid to carry out research into the local community’s response to the pandemic.
The Violence Abuse and Mental Health Network (VAMHN – http://www.vamhn.co.uk) is an
interdisciplinary research network that aims to understand, prevent, and reduce the impact of domestic and sexual violence and abuse on mental health. We are funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
Natalie Quinn-Walker, a lecturer at the Arden University, told Insider: “In my research, I have found that most male victims are not believed
Arden University’s Lecturer, Natalie Quinn–Walker, is set to present her Master’s research at the 4th International Conference on Gender Studies, set to take place in Leeds on 19th January 2020.
Research on Male Victims of Domestic Abuse – January 2020
There is a range of leading academics, publications and research on male victims of domestic abuse, three links of articles are provided on the ManKind Initiative website.
The 4th International Conference on Gender Studies – January 2020
For example, Natalie Quinn Walker from Wolverhampton University debated the position of male domestic abuse victims and the patriarchal discrimination they face.