Domestic abuse group programme for men

The domestic abuse programme for men is part of the wider REPROVIDE set of studies. This particular study has developed and is testing an intervention to help men who are using abusive behaviour in intimate relationships.

The REPROVIDE studies are led by researchers based at the University of Bristol in the Centre for Academic Primary Care (CAPC), Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School and the Centre for Gender Violence Research in the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol.

REPROVIDE would like to acknowledge the support of the Bristol Trials Centre. 

For further information, please see below.

Study of a domestic abuse group programme

  • What is the REPROVIDE study of a domestic abuse group programme?
  • Aims and objectives 

The pilot study

  • What we did
  • What we found

The main study

  • What does the study involve?
  • What does the domestic abuse perpetrator programme look like?
  • Where will the study be taking place?
  • How can I take part?
  • Information for professionals
  • Study ethics and approvals

Resources for professionals

Frequently asked questions

  • Why a health-based intervention?
  • Why is the domestic abuse group programme only for men?
  • What support is provided to the partners or ex-partners of the men allocated to the domestic abuse group programme?
  • Will my information be kept safe?


  • Presentations
  • Articles
  • Workshops
  • Seminars

Domestic violence and abuse support organisations

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