Listening sessions with Latinas: documenting life contexts and creating connections.

  title={Listening sessions with Latinas: documenting life contexts and creating connections.},
  author={Ruth Ann Belknap and Leona Vandevusse},
  journal={Public health nursing},
  volume={27 4},
OBJECTIVE To use listening sessions with groups of Latinas to develop a contextual understanding of the lives of immigrant women to inform program development and ultimately better serve the community's needs for domestic violence services. DESIGN AND SAMPLE This study was exploratory and descriptive, mixing qualitative listening sessions with quantitative methods. Seven listening group sessions were facilitated with 63 women participating. MEASURES Data included information from a short… CONTINUE READING


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