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Title: Next Millennium Conference: Ending Domestic Violence; The Importance of Researcher/Practitioner Collaboration
Author(s): Jeremy Travis ; Beth Richie ; Gail Garfield ; Jeff Edleson ; Carol Arthur
Corporate Author: Vickii Coffey & Associates, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 08/1999
Page Count: 52
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice
US Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Grant Number: 1999-WT-VX-0002
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Type: Conference Material
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The transcript presents the conference plenary panel discussion on "The Importance of Research/Practitioner Collaboration" in developing and implementing domestic violence programs.
Abstract: Jeremy Travis, the director of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), reviews NIJ's efforts to develop a collaboration between researchers and practitioners in the research it funds on violence against women. Two panel members describe how research played an important part in the development of programs for black women victimized by domestic violence. The research involved literature reviews of relevant research, as well as surveys and focus groups of black women who had been victims of violence committed by intimate partners. Program services have been tailored to the assessment of the needs of these victims as the victims themselves have identified them. Two other panel members describe how evaluation research has played a central role in the evolution of a domestic violence project in Minnesota that involves community intervention, programs for victims and abusers, and a children's program. These panel members discuss the ongoing role of evaluation in molding project policies and components.
Main Term(s): Female victims
Index Term(s): Domestic assault ; Research uses in policymaking ; Domestic violence causes ; Domestic assault prevention ; NIJ grant-related documents
Note: Proceedings of the Next Millennium Conference: Ending Domestic Violence
   
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