For clinicians, researchers, and others committed to ending domestic violence and other forms of interpersonal abuse, NCDVTMH recommends Dr. Harise Stein’s monthly research summaries, Abuse Research. This review highlights a wide range of research related to interpersonal abuse, and includes citations and brief summaries of each article listed.
Topics include Child Abuse, Adolescents, Domestic Violence – Effects on Children, Domestic Violence – Effects on Physical Health, Domestic Violence – Effects on Mental Health, Sexual Assault, Cultural Issues, Elder/Dependent Adult Abuse, Providers, Perpetrators, Police and Court Systems, Prevention, and Researchers.
Dr. Harise Stein is a board-certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist, and an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University Medical Center. At Stanford, she is the founder and co-chair of the Stanford Medical Center Family Abuse Prevention Council, which has been involved with patient abuse screening, policy, staff education, and patient materials.
Visit http://abuseresearch.info/index.html to access back issues of this research review or to sign up to receive the review via a monthly email.