University of Washington School of Nursing

 

 

Domestic Violence:

Recognizing and Responding to Victims and Perpetrators in the Health Care Setting

 

 

References

 

 

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*       Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2003). Costs of intimate partner violence against women in the United States. Atlanta, GA: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.

 

*       Coben, J.H. & Friedman, D.I. (2002, April). Health care use by perpetrators of domestic violence. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 22 (3), 313-317.

 

*       Dube, S.R., Anda R.F., Felitti, V.J., Edwards, V.J., et al. (2002, Feb.).  Exposure to abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction among adults who witness intimate partner violence as children: Implications for health and social services.  Violence and Victims, 17(1).

 

*       Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2002, September). National Consensus Guidelines on Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence Victimization in Health Care Settings.  San Francisco, CA: The Family Violence Prevention Fund.

 

*       Ganley, A.L. (1995).  Understanding domestic violence.  In Lee, Durborow, & Salber (Eds), Improving the health care response to domestic violence: A resource manual for health care providers (pp. 15-42).  San Francisco, CA: The Family Violence Prevention Fund.

 

*       Ganley, A.L. (1995).  Health care responses to perpetrators of domestic violence.  In Lee, Durborow, & Salber (Eds), Improving the health care response to domestic violence: A resource manual for health care providers (pp. 89-106).  San Francisco, CA: The Family Violence Prevention Fund.

 

*       Gerlock, A.A. (1999).  Health impact of domestic violence. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 20, 373-385.

 

*       Hobart, M. (2002, Dec.).  Tell the world what happened to me: Findings and recommendations from the Washington State Domestic Violence Fatality Review.  Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Washington.

 

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*       McNeil, M. (1987).  Domestic violence: The skeleton in Tarasoff’s closet: In D.J. Sonk (Ed.), Domestic Violence on Trial: Psychological and Legal Dimensions of Family Violence (197-217), Springer Publishing Co.: New York.

 

*       Miller, T.R., Cohen, M.A., & Wierseman, B. (1995). Crime in the United States: Victim costs and consequences [final report to the National Institutes of Justice]. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute and National Public Services Research Institute.

 

*       Sonkin, D.J. (1986). Clairvoyance vs. common sense.  Violence and Victims, 1, 7-21.

 

*       The Commonwealth Fund. (1993, July).  First Comprehensive National health Survey of American Women.

 

*       Thompson, R.S., Bonomi, A.E., Rivara, F.P., et al. (2006). Intimate partner violence: prevalence, types, and chronicity across adult women’s lifetime. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 30(6), 447-457.

 

*       The Commonwealth Fund. (1999, May).  The Commonwealth Fund, Health concerns Across a Woman’s Lifespan:  The Commonwealth Fund 1998 Survey of Women’s Health.

 

*       U.S. Department of Justice. (1998).  Violence by intimates: Analysis of data on crimes by current or former spouses, boyfriends, and girlfriends. Washington, DC: Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

 

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