The VISION consortium has established fundamental baseline evidence on who uses and who experiences violence. This includes understanding prevalence, profiles, costs and locations; inequalities and intersections in exposure to violence (for example by age and disability); and investigations into the implications of using different definitions of violence, victim, perpetrator, relationship, and inequality.
Develop a theory of change to inform pathways that reduce violence and health inequalities and improve health outcomes
Develop a measurement framework to enable cross-discipline collaboration and to overcome fragmentation due to divergent measurement systems
Generate an integrated dataset of violence and health using data from surveys and administrative sources
Investigate links between violence, health, and society and test the theory of change
Develop a system-wide cost-benefit framework for violence and risk assessment tools
Events are an important communication and dissemination tool throughout the VISION project. In person seminars and workshops with our stakeholders and the wider public as well as webinars, the VISION annual conference every September are important knowledge exchange activities.