eHealth for sexual assault

Project: Research

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Description

In recent years, electronic communication has been used for health promotion (eHealth). At the same time, COVID-19 has led to an increased need to be able to perform treatment online. International research in the field of sexual violence shows that the existing eHealth services often do not meet the needs of the users sufficiently, and therefore the Center for Sexual Assault (SAC) in Aarhus will update, upgrade and expand existing services to better prevent and reduce negative psychological consequences after a sexual assault for survivors, family, and professionals.

This is done based on research as well as ongoing user involvement via interviews with representatives from the three user groups.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/10/202122/03/2025

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