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Billing, L., Carlson, C., Namakula, S., Namy, S., Nabachwa, A., & Gevers, A. (2022). Pretoria: SVRI.

Abstract

This case study, a collaboration between the Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI), Healing and Resilience after Trauma (HaRT) and University of Alabama, explores how practices of self and collective care can be integrated into the way research projects are planned, designed and carried out in order to prevent vicarious trauma and promote researcher wellbeing. It shares examples of how HaRT integrated care practices over and above what was mandated by ethical review boards and includes important insights that may be of relevance to those holding diverse roles on research teams (including data collectors, analysts, research supervisors), practitioners, as well as institutions such as civil society organisations and academia in low and middle-income countries.

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