Monthly Review of Research on Interpersonal Abuse

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 to access back issues of this research review or to sign up to receive the review via a monthly email.



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