The Burden Of Gender Based Violence Among Women's Mental And Physical Health On The Prospective Of Covid 19 Scenario: A Systematic Review

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Salman Khan , Oniya Magra , Ajoke Akinola , Konok Akter , Rahama Sanusi Karama , Anjali Chauhan , Shalu Singh


Introduction: Gender-based violence is an important modifier of psychological and physical health in both normal and through crises.

Method: We methodically searched through the following databases such as Google scholar, PubMed, Medline, ProQuest, Cochrane Library, and Web of Science. The ideal reporting items that were chosen for systematic reviews and meta-analysis (PRISMA) guided the data synthesis and reporting. Ten articles (n=10) were included in this meta-analysis for studying the assess of the burden of gender-based violence among women’s mental and physical health on the prospective of covid 19 pandemic.

Results: The Effect of covid 19 on the gender-based violence among women’s Psychological and physical health were mostly reflected in 10 publications that fulfilled the selection criteria. Also, static difference perspective in the knowledge towards the prevention programs of women. The effort was to inclusion of co-opting disorders (especially anxiety and depression) burdening women only, while uttering disorders were neglected.

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