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Domestic Violence and Health: A Selected Bibliography

Abbott, J. et al. (1995). Domestic violence against women: Incidence and prevalence in an emergency department population. JAMA, 273, 1763-1767.

American Medical Association, (1992). Diagnostic & Treatment Guidelines on Domestic Violence. Chicago: AMA.

Bergen, R. K. (1996). Wife rape: Understanding the response of survivors and service providers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Berrios, D.C. & Grady, D. (1991). Domestic Violence: Risk factors & outcomes. The Western Journal of Medicine, 155(2), 133-135.

Betancourt, C.J. & Grant, W.D., (1996). The symptoms report: The relation of medical symptoms to domestic abuse & violence. Dept. of Family Medicine, State University of New York, Health Science Center at Syracuse.

Browne, A. (1993). Violence against women by male partners: Prevalence, outcomes, & policy implications. American Psychologist, 48(10), 1077-1087.

Bureau of Justice Statistics, (1998). Violence by intimates: Analysis of data on crimes by current or former spouses, boyfriends, and girlfriends. US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, NCJ-167237.

Campbell, J.C. (1989). Women's responses to sexual abuse in intimate relationships. Health Care for Women International. 8, 335-347.

Campbell, J.C., Pliska, M.J., Taylor, W., & Sheridan, D. (1994). Battered women's experience in the emergency room. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 20, 280-288.

Coben, J.H., Forjuoh, S.N., & Gondolf, E.W. (1999). Injuries and health care use in women with partners in batterer intervention programs. Journal of Family Violence, 14,(1), 83-94.

Davies, J. (1998). Safety planning with battered women. Sage Publications: CA.

Dutton, D.G. & Painter, S. (1993). The battered woman syndrome: Effects of severity and intermittency of abuse. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 63(4), 614-622.

Dutton, M.A. (1992b). Empowering and healing the battered woman: A model for assessment and intervention. New York: Springer.

Elliott, P., (1996). Shattering illusions: Same-sex domestic violence. In C.M. Renzetti & C.H. Miley (Eds.) Violence in gay and lesbian domestic partnerships (pp. 1-8). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Friedman, L., & Couper, S. (1987). The cost of domestic violence: A preliminary investigation of the financial cost of domestic violence. New York: Victim Services.

Hamberger, L.K., Saunders, D.G., & Hovey, M. (1992). The prevalence of domestic violence in community practice and rate of physician inquiry. Family Medicine, 24(4), 283- 287.

Helton, A. (1986). Battering during pregnancy. American Journal of Nursing, 77, 1337- 1339.

Jasinski, J.L. & Williams, L.M. (1998). Partner violence: A comprehensive review of 20 years of research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. (1997). Accreditation manual for hospitals. OakbrookTerrace, IL: JCAHO

Koss, M., Goodman, L., Browne, A., Fitzgerald, L., Keita, G., & Rousso, N. (1994). No Safe Haven: Male violence against women at home, at work, and in the community. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Lynch, V. A. Training Manual-Clinical Forensic Nursing: A New Perspective in Trauma. Available from Barbara Clark Mims Associates, P.O. Box 9019, Lewisville, TX.

McFarlane, J., et al, (1991). Assessing for abuse: Self-report versus nurse interview. Public Health Nursing, 8. 245-250.

McFarlane, J., Parker, B., Soeken, K., & Bullock, L. (1992). Assessing for abuse during pregnancy: Frequency and extent of injuries and entry into prenatal care. JAMA, 267 (23), 3176-3178.

McLeer, S.V. & Anwar, R. (1989). A study of battered women presenting in an emergency department. American Journal of Public Health, 79 (1), 65-66.

Parker, B., McFarlane, J., Soeken, K. (1994). Abuse during pregnancy: Effects on maternal complications and birth weight in adult and teenage women. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 84(3), 323-328.

Public Health Service. (1985). Women's health report of the public health service task force on women's health issues. DHHS Pub. No. 85-50206. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Rand, M.R. (1997). Violence-related injuries treated in hospital emergency rooms. US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Special Report #NCJ-156921.

Russell, D.E.H. (1990). Rape in marriage. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press

Schechter, S. (1987). Guidelines for mental health practitioners in domestic violence cases. Washington, DC: National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Stark, E., & Flitcraft, A. (1988) Violence among intimates: An epidemiological review. In V.B. Van Hasselt, R.L. Morrison, A.S. Bellack, & M. Hersen (Eds.) Handbook of family violence (pp. 293-317). New York: Plenum.

Stark, E. & Flitcraft, A. (1995). Killing the beast within: Woman battering and female suicidality. International Journal of Health Services, 25(1), 43-64.

Stark, E. & Flitcraft, A. (1996). Women at Risk: Domestic Violence and Women's Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Thomas, P. & Lowitt, N.R. (1995). Clinical problem-solving: A traumatic experience. The New England Journal of Medicine. 333(5), 307-310.

U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice (1998). Stalking in America: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey.

US Public Health Service, (1985). Women's health report of the Public Health Service Task Force On Women's Health Issues. DHHS Pub. No. 85-50206. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Warshaw, C. (1989). Limitations of the medical model in the care of battered women. Gender & Society, 3(4), 506-517.