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Towards trauma-informed research: a brief overview and practice guide

Services and research institutes are increasingly striving to be ‘trauma-informed’. To be trauma-informed means demonstrating an understanding of trauma and using that understanding to inform ways in which support services are delivered, and how research is conducted. This practical guide provides a brief overview of what trauma-informed research is alongside reflections on how to ‘do’ trauma-informed research. It is useful for anyone interested in undertaking research about trauma or seeking to minimise the risk of re-traumatisation occurring during research processes.


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