Senior Research Officer
Child & Family Evidence
Melissa Willoughby is a member of the Child and Family Evidence team, where she engages in knowledge translation activities across a range of research projects related to child and family wellbeing.
Melissa’s research focuses on health inequity, violence, criminal justice and gender. She has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative methods, including analysing linked administrative data. Melissa is a PhD Candidate at the University of Melbourne examining violence-related deaths and morbidity among adults and young people involved in the criminal justice system. She also holds a Research Assistant position at the Centre for Adolescent Health at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, and is an Honorary Fellow in the School of Population and Global Health, the University of Melbourne.
Technology-facilitated coercive control
This practice guide describes technology-facilitated coercive control and synthesises the evidence on how to support clients experiencing it.
Coercive Control Literature Review
This report presents a literature review on coercive control in the context of domestic and family violence, with a particular focus on the understanding of, and…
Reproductive coercion and abuse
This practice guide describes the evidence on reproductive coercion and abuse (RCA).