Published on in Vol 5, No 9 (2021): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/24624, first published .
Domestic Violence and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh

Domestic Violence and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh

Domestic Violence and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh

Journals

  1. Nishat J, Shovo T, Ahammed B, Islam M, Rahman M, Hossain M. Mental health status of early married girls during the COVID-19 pandemic: A study in the southwestern region of Bangladesh. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2023;13 View
  2. Thiel F, Büechl V, Rehberg F, Mojahed A, Daniels J, Schellong J, Garthus-Niegel S. Changes in Prevalence and Severity of Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2022;13 View
  3. Jahid A. Unsafe at home: the increased trend of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. The Journal of Adult Protection 2022;24(1):15 View
  4. Abujilban S, AbuAbed A, Mrayan L, Nashwan A, Al‐Modallal H, Damra J, Alrousan D, Hamaideh S. Pregnant Women's experiences with intimate partner violence one year after the COVID‐19 pandemic in Jordan. Nursing Open 2023;10(7):4286 View
  5. Hasan M, Zannat Z, Shoib S. Violence against women (VAW) in Bangladesh and its mental health repercussions. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports 2022;9:100369 View
  6. Ahmed T, Musarrat P, Kabir Z. Lessons learned from pandemic response to COVID-19 in Bangladesh: NGO-based emergency response framework for low- and middle-income countries. BMC Health Services Research 2023;23(1) View
  7. Adeyele V, Makinde V. Mental health disorder as a risk factor for domestic violence experienced by school children. Mental Health Review Journal 2023;28(4):414 View
  8. Kunasagran P, Mokti K, Ibrahim M, Rahim S, Robinson F, Muyou A, Mujin S, Ali N, Chao G, Nasib R, Loong A, Rahim N, Ahmad M, Dhanaraj P, Arumugam P, Yusoff J. The Global Landscape of Domestic Violence against Women during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Narrative Review. Korean Journal of Family Medicine 2024;45(1):3 View
  9. Khan S, Khan H, Clarke D. Isolation and abuse: The intersection of Covid19 and domestic violence. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine Update 2024;5:100149 View
  10. Hadiloo N, Lalooha F, Sarichloo M, Oveisi S. Prevalence of intimate partner violence in pregnant women during the COVID-19 epidemic in Qazvin-Iran 2021. Discover Social Science and Health 2024;4(1) View