NCK is commissioned by the Swedish government to work against violence against women on a broad front. Different units all contribute actively to the assignment. NCK is divided in an academic department and a clinical department.
The academic department comes under Uppsala University and includes the research, training and education, and communication units. The clinical department includes the out-patient clinic and the national helpline for women. The departments are housed in the same building located on Uppsala University Hospital premises.
Approximately 50 people work at NCK.
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Commissioned by the Swedish government
NCK has been commissioned by the Swedish government to increase the knowledge of men's violence against women in Sweden, and to develop methods for the treatment and care of women subjected to violence.
National Centre for Knowledge on Men's Violence Against Women
Telephone: +46 (0) 18-611 27 93
Postal Address: National Centre for Knowledge on Men's Violence Against Women, Akademiska sjukhuset, SE-751 85 Uppsala, Sweden
Visiting address: Uppsala University Hospital, entrance 17/18, Uppsala, Sweden
Head of NCK
Director of Studies
Head of Clinical Department
Web Coordinator, Project Manager (on leave)
Coordinating Communications Officer