Silke Meyer

Assoc Professor

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Dr Silke Meyer is an Associate Professor in Criminology and the Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre at Monash University. She is a criminologist and social worker by training, bringing practical and theoretical expertise to my research, teaching and writing. Her research centres on different aspects of domestic and family violence, including women and children’s safety and wellbeing, men’s accountability in their role as perpetrators and fathers, experiences specific to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the role of domestic and family violence-informed practice in child protection, policing and court proceedings. Silke has delivered evaluations for a number of government and non-government organisations, including police, child protection, perpetrator interventions and victim support services. She is further a Subject Matter Expert for the Raising Children Network and a non-government board member on the Qld Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board. Her research has been published and cited across disciplines and continues to inform policy and practice in areas of victim and perpetrator-related service delivery.

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Projects 2019 2020

Research Output 2006 2019

Caring Dads Program (Queensland Trial) Evaluation - Final Report

Meyer, S., Hine, L. & McDermott, L., 20 Dec 2019, 128 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned ReportOther

Domestic and family violence: A critical introduction to knowledge and practice

Meyer, S. & Frost, A., 2019, Routledge.

Research output: Book/ReportBookOther

The provision of emergency healthcare for women who experience intimate partner violence: part 1: An integrative review

Bakon, S., Taylor, A., Meyer, S. & Scott, M., 5 Nov 2019, In : Emergency Nurse. 27, 6, p. 19-25 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalComment / DebateResearchpeer-review