Health Services Research
The National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR) is a part of the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine. Its mission is to improve the collection, storage, analysis, retrieval and dissemination of health services research. NICHSR works to ensure that important health services research (HSR) and public health information and tools are readily available to the HSR and public health communities.
NICHSR supports the HSR and public health communities through its portals, HSR Information Central and PHPartners.org, as well as its databases. Specifically, HSRInfo Central now includes a special HSR Topic Page on Domestic Violence, to assist researchers, policy makers and practitioners by identifying new and important datasets, guidelines, tools, news and links to PubMed searches and other resources; site is updated regularly. PHPartners.org is a similar web portal, targeted at the information needs of the public health workforce.
HSRProj is a database of HSR and public health projects funded by public and private organizations that enables users to learn what is in the research pipeline prior to publication, to see who is funding and conducting that research, and to examine how such research investments have changed over time. HSRR is a database describing instruments, datasets and software that are used in health services research. To foster reuse of useful resources, a PubMed search is included with the dataset or instrument description to show how the resource has been used or cited.
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Listed below are some examples of projects and instruments from HSRProj and HSRR databases that address domestic violence issues.
HSRPROJ (HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH PROJECTS)
- Domestic violence screening: examining provider practice
- Implementation of an evidence-based post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment in public sector settings
- Iowa Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Surveillance Program
- Perinatal nurse home visiting enhanced with mHealth technology
- A randomized efficacy trial of Moms and Teens for Safe Dates
- Research Infrastructure Program (RISP) for mental health services in the aftermath of violence against women
- Stepped Care for young children after trauma
Intro text: PubMed Central (PMC) is a free archive of full-text, biomedical and life sciences journal articles at the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). In keeping with NLM’s legislative mandate to collect and preserve the biomedical literature, PMC serves as a digital counterpart to NLM’s extensive print journal collection. Launched in February 2000, PMC was developed and is managed by NLM’s National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
Here is a list of journal articles on domestic violence that can be accessed through PMC. The articles detail research that explores the impact of domestic violence on well-being, the efficacy of prevention and response strategies, and ways to improve care for people in situations of abuse.
- Elliott, Lorrie, Michael Nerney, Theresa Jones, and Peter D. Friedmann. “Barriers to Screening for Domestic Violence.” Journal of General Internal Medicine 17, no. 2 (Feb 2002): 112–116.
- Gregory, Alison, Jean Ramsay, Roxane Agnew-Davies, Kathleen Baird, Angela Devine, Danielle Dunne, Sandra Eldridge, Annie Howell, Medina Johnson, Clare Rutterford, Debbie Sharp, and Gene Feder. “Primary care Identification and Referral to Improve Safety of women experiencing domestic violence (IRIS): protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial.” BMC Public Health 10, no. 54 (Feb. 2, 2010): 1–7.
- Haviland, Mary, Victoria Frye, and Rajah Valli. “Harnessing the Power of Advocacy-Research Collaborations.” Feminist Criminology 3, no. 4 (Oct 1, 2008): 247–275.
- Jatoi, Aminah and Carmen Radecki Breitkopf. “Is Spanish Language a Barrier to Domestic Violence Assessment?” Journal of Women’s Health 20, no. 7 (Jul 2011): 1111–1116.
- Jun, Hee-Jin, Heather L. Corliss, Renee Boynton-Jarrett, Donna Spiegelman, S. Bryn Austin, and Rosalind J. Wright. “Growing up in a domestic violence environment: relationship with developmental trajectories of body mass index during adolescence into young adulthood.” Journal of Epidemiological Community Health 66, no. 7 (Jul 2012): 629–635.
- Kaye, Dan K. “Gender inequality and domestic violence: implications for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) protection.” African Health Sciences 4, no. 1 (2004): 67–70.
- Kiarie, James N., Carey Farquhar, Barbra A. Richardson, Marjory N. Kabura, Francis N. John, Ruth W. Nduati, and Grace C. John-Stewart. “Domestic violence and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1.” AIDS 20, no. 13 (Aug 22, 2006): 1763–1769.
- Kouyoumdjian, Fiona G., Nicole Findlay, Michael Schwandt, and Liviana M. Calzavara. “A Systematic Review of the Relationships between Intimate Partner Violence and HIV/AIDS.” PLoS One 8, no. 11 (Nov 2013): e81044.
- Lindhorst, Taryn, Marcia Meyers, and Erin Casey. “Screening for Domestic Violence in Public Welfare Offices: An Analysis of Case Manager and Client Interactions.” Violence Against Women 14, no.1 (Jan 2008): 5–28.
- Lindhorst, Taryn, Monica Oxford, and Mary Rogers Gillmore. “Longitudinal Effects of Domestic Violence on Employment and Welfare Outcomes.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 22, no. 7 (Jul 2007): 812–828.
- Pobutsky, Ann, Melissa Brown, Lisa Nakao, and Florentina Reyes-Salvail. “Results from the Hawaii domestic violence fatality review, 2000–2009.” Journal of Injury & Violence 6, no. 2 (Jul 2014): 19–90.
- Poutiainen, Marika and Juha Holma. “Subjectively Evaluated Effects of Domestic Violence on Well-Being in Clinical Populations.” ISRN Nursing 2013, no. 347235 (Jan 2013): 1–8.
- Stover, Carla. “Fathers for Change: A New Approach to Working With Fathers Who Perpetrate Intimate Partner Violence.” Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online 41, no. 1 (March 2013): 65–71.
- Trevillion, Kylee, Siân Oran,4 Gene Feder, and Louise M. Howard. “Experiences of Domestic Violence and Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” PLoS One 7, no. 12 (Dec 2012): e51740.
- Usta, Jinan, Jumana Antoun, Bruce Ambuel, and Marwan Khawaja. “Involving the Health Care System in Domestic Violence: What Women Want.” Annals of Family Medicine 10, no. 3 (May 2012): 213–220.
- Yeung, Howa, Nubaha Chowdhury, Alice Malpass, and Gene S. Feder. “Responding to Domestic Violence in General Practice: A Qualitative Study on Perceptions and Experiences.” International Journal of Family Medicine 2012, no. 960523 (2012): 1–7.
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) maintains and makes available a vast collection of materials related to a wide range of topics on medicine and human health, including domestic violence and forensic nursing. Listed is a selection of texts that detail the practice of forensic nursing from the NLM’s general collection; as well as the books and papers featured in Confronting Violence, Improving Women’s Lives that are part of the History of Nursing and Domestic Violence Collection, an assortment of items compiled by Dan Sheridan, which are in the NLM’s historical collections.
- Bewley, Susan and Jan Welch., eds. ABC of Domestic and Sexual Violence. Chichester, West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons, 2014.
- Campbell, Jacquelyn, ed. Assessing Dangerousness: Violence by Batterers and Child Abusers. New York: Springer Publishing Company, LLC, 2007.
- ———. Empowering Survivors of Abuse: Health Care for Battered Women and their Children. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., 1998.
- Campbell, Jacquelyn and Barbara True-Driver. Families in violence: assessment & interventions with intrapartum patients. VHS. Carrolton, TX: Westcott Communications, Inc., 1993.
- Campbell, Jacquelyn and Janice Humphreys, eds. Family Violence and Nursing Practice. New York: Springer Publishing Company, LLC, 2011.
- Constantino, Rose E., Patricia A. Crane, and Susan E. Young. Forensic Nursing: Evidence-Based Principles and Practice. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., 2013.
- Darnell, Connie. Forensic Science in Healthcare: Caring for Patients, Preserving the Evidence. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2011.
- Dobash, Rebecca Emerson and Russell P. Dobash. Violence Against Wives: A Case Against Patriarchy. New York: Free Press, 1979.
- Hammer, Rita, Barbara Moynihan, and Elaine M. Pagliaro, eds. Forensic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2013.
- Kantor, Glenda Kaufman and Jana L. Jasinski, eds. Out of the Darkness: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Violence. New York: Sage Publications, Inc., 1997.
- Koop, C. Everett. Foreword to Violence in America: A Public Health Approach, edited by Mark L. Rosenberg and Mary Ann Fenley. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
- Martin, Del, Daniel Jay Sonkin, and Lenore E. A. Walker. The Male Batterer: A Treatment Approach. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 1985.
- Olshaker, Jonathan S., M. Christine Jackson, and William S. Smock, eds. Forensic Emergency Medicine. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins, 2006.
- Sheridan, Dan, collector. History of Nursing and Domestic Violence Collection. 1975–2007. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 601.
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Justice. Surgeon General’s Workshop on Violence and Public Health: Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration, 1986.