Longitudinal inconsistencies in women's self-reports of lifetime experience of physical and sexual IPV: evidence from the MAISHA trial and follow-on study in North-western Tanzania.

Abramsky, Tanya; Harvey, Sheila; Mosha, Neema; Mtolela, Grace; Gibbs, Andrew; Mshana, Gerry; Lees, Shelley; Kapiga, Saidi; Stöckl, Heidi; (2022) Longitudinal inconsistencies in women's self-reports of lifetime experience of physical and sexual IPV: evidence from the MAISHA trial and follow-on study in North-western Tanzania. BMC women's health, 22 (1). p. 120. ISSN 1472-6874 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12905-022-01697-y

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