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Intimate Partner Homicide
Current rates of intimate partner homicide of females are approximately 4 to 5 times the rate for male victims, although the rates for both have decreased during the past 25 years. The major riskExpand
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Housing Instability Is as Strong a Predictor of Poor Health Outcomes as Level of Danger in an Abusive Relationship
Advocates, clinicians, policy makers, and survivors frequently cite intimate partner violence (IPV) as an immediate cause of or precursor to housing problems. Research has indicated an associationExpand
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Computerized Aid Improves Safety Decision Process for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
A computerized safety decision aid was developed and tested with Spanish or English-speaking abused women in shelters or domestic violence (DV) support groups (n = 90). The decision aid providesExpand
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Feasibility of an Online Safety Planning Intervention for Rural and Urban Pregnant Abused Women
BackgroundIntimate partner violence (IPV) in pregnancy is common and harmful to maternal–child health. Safety planning is the gold standard for intervention, but most abused women never access safetyExpand
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The Longitudinal Impact of an Internet Safety Decision Aid for Abused Women.
INTRODUCTION Women experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) navigate complex, dangerous decisions. Tailored safety information and safety planning, typically provided by domestic violence serviceExpand
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Perceived Competency and Resolution of Homelessness Among Women With Substance Abuse Problems
Using a metasynthesis approach, our aim was to articulate new insights relating to the most efficient and effective means of helping homeless women with substance abuse problems to enhance theirExpand
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A Computer-based Training Intervention for Work Supervisors to Respond to Intimate Partner Violence
Objectives Intimate partner violence (IPV), commonly known as domestic violence is a problem throughout the world. An estimated 36% to 75% of employed abused woman are monitored, harassed andExpand
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Rural Pregnant Women's Stressors and Priorities for Stress Reduction
Rural residence and maternal stress are risk factors for adverse maternal-child health outcomes across the globe, but rural women have been largely overlooked in maternal stress research. WeExpand
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Use of online safety decision aid by abused women: effect on decisional conflict in a randomized controlled trial.
BACKGROUND An Internet safety decision aid was developed to help abused women understand their risk for repeat and near-lethal intimate partner violence, clarify priorities related to safety, andExpand
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Fertility Desires and Intentions Among U.S. Women by Disability Status: Findings from the 2011–2013 National Survey of Family Growth
Objectives We compared fertility desires and intentions among women with disabilities and women without disabilities in the United States, using a new evidence-based measure of disability. Methods WeExpand
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