CDC Releases National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey

Dec 15th, 2011

The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, or NISVS, is one of CDC′s latest public health surveillance systems and is designed to better describe and monitor the magnitude of sexual violence, stalking and intimate partner violence victimization in the United States. It is the first survey of its kind to provide simultaneous national and state-level prevalence estimates of violence for all states. Launched in 2010, NISVS also provides data on several types of violence that have not previously been measured in a national population-based survey. CLICK HERE to read the full press release on the CDC Website CLICK HERE for more information about NISVS, including the executive summary and study details

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