May. 1st 2019 Ongoing Studies

Workplace violence: What do we know and where do we go?

Project funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research

This knowledge transfer project involves the production of video clips summarizing a 5-year research program on workplace violence conducted by the VISAGE team. The content of these capsules focuses on differences between men and women, but also differences depending on gender identity. Are men more at risk of workplace violence than women? Do men who consider themselves to have more masculine traits speak as much about violence as those who consider themselves to have more feminine traits? The recordings available here were made at the Université de Montréal.

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