Center for Victim Research Repository

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Center for Victim Research Library serves as a one-stop resource for victim service providers and researchers to connect and share knowledge to increase (1) access to victim research and data and (2) the utility of research and data collection to crime victim services nationwide.

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  • Fromknecht, Anne; James Bell Associates (James Bell Associates, 2016)
    The purpose of this logic model was to represent the common activities, outputs, and outcomes being pursued by a group of nine grantees funded by the Children's Bureau to address trafficking within the child welfare ...
  • Chaffin, Mark; Silovsky, Jane; Funderburk, Beverly; Valle, Linda Anne; Brestan, Elizabeth; Balachova, Tatiana; Jackson, Shelli; Lensgraf, Jay; Bonner, Barbara (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2004)
    A randomized trial was conducted to test the efficacy and sufficiency of parent–child interaction therapy (PCIT) in preventing re-reports of physical abuse among abusive parents. Physically abusive parents (N 110) were ...
  • McPhaul, Kathleen; London, Matthew; Lipscomb, Jane (OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues In Nursing, 2013)
    Workplace violence, a dangerous and complex occupational hazard in the modern health care work environment, presents challenges for nurses, other health care employees, management, labor unions, and regulators. Violence ...
  • Unknown author (American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), 2018)
    Violence in America's emergency departments is increasing, causing harm to physicians, staff and patients, according to new research. Nearly half (47 percent) of emergency physicians report having been physically assaulted ...
  • Buchanan, Nicole (Nicole Buchanan, 2005)
    The Racialized Sexual Harassment Scale (RSHS; Buchanan, 2005) is a 21-item survey that measures experiences of racial harassment, sexual harassment, and a combination of both, called racialized sexual harassment (RSH). ...

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