Bringing Research Into Practice: An Evaluation of Michigan's Sexual Assault Kit.

  title={Bringing Research Into Practice: An Evaluation of Michigan's Sexual Assault Kit.},
  author={Jessica C A Shaw and Rebecca L Campbell and Julie Hagstrom and Leslie O'Reilly and Gail Kreiger and Debi Cain and J. F. Nye},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  volume={31 8},
The importance of research-informed practice for the field of sexual assault has been stressed by academics and practitioners alike. However, there are few examples of researcher-practitioner partnerships in the literature, therefore providing minimal guidance for this process. This article describes a researcher-practitioner partnership that was successful in using evaluation data to guide practice and policy decisions regarding the development and implementation of a new sexual assault kit… CONTINUE READING
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