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Screening and Assessment Collection

Screening and Assessment Collection

 

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  • Wasson, J.H.; Jette, A.M.; Anderson, J.; Johnson, D.J.; Nelson, E.C.; Kilo, C.M. (Trustees of Dartmouth College 1999, 2000)
    Wasson, Jette, Anderson, Johnson, Nelson, and Kilo developed their proprietary intimate partner violence screening tool “The Relationships Chart” in 2000 to function as a routine, single-item screening tool. The Relationships ...
  • Weiss, S.; Ernst, A.; Cham, E.; Todd, N. (Violence and Victims, 2002)
    Weiss, Ernst, Cham, and Todd developed the Ongoing Violence Assessment Tool (OVAT) in 2002, with an update in 2003, in response to the inaccuracies they found in the Index of Spouse Abuse (ISA) and their own Ongoing Abuse ...
  • McIntosh, S.R.; Hudson, W.W. (Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1978)
    McIntosh and Hudson developed the Index of Spouse Abuse (ISA) in 1978 as a short-form scale designed for medical professionals to either detect intimate partner violence or monitor and evaluate progress in abused women ...
  • Jory, B. (Journal of marital and family therapy, 2004)
    Dr. Jory developed the Intimate Justice Scale (IJS) in 2004 as a public domain instrument that screens for psychological abuse and physical violence not by measuring specific acts of abuse, but by measuring the "ethical ...
  • Feldhaus, K.M.; Koziol-McLain, J.; Norton, I.M.; Lowenstein, S.R.; Abbott, J.T. (The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1997)
    Feldhaus, Koziol-McLain, Norton, Lowenstein, and Abbott developed the Partner Violence Screen (PVS) in 1997 as a simple but effective intimate partner violence screening tool, and PVS was validated in 2011. PVS is designed ...
  • Paranjape, A.; Liebschutz, J. (Journal of Women's Health, 2003)
    Paranjape and Liebschutz developed the Slapped, Threatened, and Throw (STaT) screen for intimate partner violence in 2003 with the goal of creating a simple but sensitive tool that was effective at detecting lifetime IPV ...
  • Sohal, H.; Eldridge, S.; Feder, G. (Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario, 2007)
    Sohal, Eldridge, and Feder developed the Humiliation, Afraid, Rape and Kick (HARK) “woman abuse” screening tool as a shorter version of the Abuse Assessment screen in 2007. HARK is a public domain tool currently used by ...
  • Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (2005)
    The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence developed the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) in 2005 as a protocol for law enforcement and domestic violence service programs to encourage victims at risk of intimate ...
  • Kropp, P.R.; Hart, S.D.; Webster, C.D.; Eaves, D. (Law and Human Behavior, 1995)
    Kropp, Hart, Webster, and Eaves developed the Spousal Assault Risk Assessment (SARA) in 1995 for law enforcement professionals to use as a risk assessment during case management processes. The assessment includes 20 items ...
  • Hilton, N.Z.; Harris, G.T.; Rice, M.E. (Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, 2010)
    Hilton, Harris, and Rice developed ODARA, or the Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment, in 2010. ODARA is a domestic violence risk assessment tool designed for use by law enforcement professionals or other victim ...
  • Smith, P.H.; Earp, J.L.; DeVellis, R. (1995)
    Smith, Earp, and DeVellis developed WEB, or the Women’s Experiences with Battering Scale, in 1995 as an intimate partner violence assessment tool designed to actually measure the experiences of women, not the behaviors of ...
  • Campbell, J.C. (Sage Publications, 2004)
    Dr. Jaquelyn Campbell and John Hopkins School of Nursing developed the Danger Assessment (DA) screening tool in 1986, finalizing it in 2004, as a proprietary instrument “that helps to determine the level of danger an abused ...
  • Soeken, K.L.; McFarlane, J.; Parker, B.; Lominack, M.C. (Sage Publications, 1992)
    Soeken, McFarlane, Parker, and Lominack developed the Abuse Assessment Screen (A.A.S.) in 1992 as a clinician-administered sexual and physical violence assessment tool for use in medical practice. A.A.S. includes five ...
  • Sherin, K.M.; Sinacore, J.M.; Li, X.; Zitter, R.E.; Shakil, A. (1998)
    Sherin, Sinacore, Li, Zitter, and Shakil developed the public domain Hurt, Insulted, Threatened with Harm and Screamed (HITS) domestic violence screening tool in 1998 to help medical professionals detect abuse. This tool ...
  • Brown, J.B.; Lent, B.; Brett, P.J.; Sas, G.; Pederson, L.L. (Journal of Family Practice, 2000)
    Brown, Lent, Schmidt, and Sas developed the Woman Abuse Screening Tool (WAST) in 2000 as a public domain screening tool for detecting domestic abuse. WAST was designed for use in family medicine, but any medical professional, ...
  • Dank, M.; Yahner, J.; Yu, L.; Vasquez-Norieda, C.; Gelatt, J.; Pergamit, M. (Urban Institute, 2017)
    Dank, Yahner, Yu, Vasquez-Norieda, Gelatt, and Pergamit developed the Human Trafficking Screening Tool in Child Welfare and Runaway Youth (HTST) in 2017 for use by practitioners working with such youth. HTST and its shorter ...
  • Basson, D.; Fernando, A.D.; Geltman, E.; Haley, H.; Langs, J.; Ritter, L.; Rosenblatt, E. (WestCoast Children’s Clinic, 2016)
    The WestCoast Children’s Clinic in Oakland, California developed the Commercial Sexual Exploitation Identification Tool 2.0 (CSE-IT, pronounced ‘See-It’) in August 2016. CSE-IT is a public domain tool designed for any ...
  • Chisolm-Straker, M.; Sze, J.; Einbond, J.; White, J.; Stoklosa, H. (Elsevier, 2019)
    Chisolm-Straker, Sze, Einbond, White, and Stoklosa with Covenant House New Jersey developed the Quick Youth Indicators for Trafficking (QYIT) tool in 2019 to assist social service providers in screening for trafficking ...
  • Chang, K.S.; Lee, K.; Park, T.; Sy, E.; Quach, T. (Asian Health Services & Banteay Srei, 2008)
    Asian Health Services, a community health center in Oakland, California, and Banteay Srei, a youth development program, developed the CSEC screening protocol in 2008 (finalizing the tool itself in 2012) to assist primary ...
  • Simich, L. (National Archive of Criminal Justice Data, 2016)
    Dr. Simich and the Vera Institute of Justice developed their Trafficking Victim Identification Tool in 2013 (and subsequently added an improved control system in 2016) as a proprietary tool for a Vera Institute human ...

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