Violence, Injury & Human Safety

Creator:   Nursing Research
Updated:   3/5/2015
Contains:  8 items
Articles that contribute to knowledge on Violence, Injury, & Human Safety

Physical Injuries Reported on Hospital Visits for Assault During the Pregnancy-Associated Period

Nannini, Angela; Lazar, Jane; Berg, Cynthia; More

Nursing Research. 57(3):144-149, May-June 2008.

Article that reports research findings contributing to knowledge about violence, injury and human safety including methodologic concerns specific to cross cultural and international research.

Getting "to the Point": The Experience of Mothers Getting Assistance for Their Adult Children Who Are Violent and Mentally Ill

Copeland, Darcy Ann; Heilemann, MarySue V.

Nursing Research. 57(3):136-143, May-June 2008.

Article that reports research findings contributing to knowledge about violence, injury and human safety including methodologic concerns specific to cross cultural and international research.

Use of Brief Tools to Measure Depressive Symptoms in Women With a History of Intimate Partner Violence

Bonomi, Amy E.; Kernic, Mary A.; Anderson, Melissa L.; More

Nursing Research. 57(3):150-156, May-June 2008.

Article that reports research findings contributing to knowledge about violence, injury and human safety including methodologic concerns specific to cross cultural and international research.

Effect of Violence Exposure on Health Outcomes Among Young Urban Adolescents

Fredland, Nina M.; Campbell, Jacquelyn C.; Han, Haera

Nursing Research. 57(3):157-165, May-June 2008.

Article that reports research findings contributing to knowledge about violence, injury and human safety including methodologic concerns specific to cross cultural and international research.

Childhood Sexual Abuse by a Family Member, Salivary Cortisol, and Homicidal Behavior of Female Prison Inmates

Brewer-Smyth, Kathleen; Burgess, Ann W.

Nursing Research. 57(3):166-174, May-June 2008.

Article that reports research findings contributing to knowledge about violence, injury and human safety including methodologic concerns specific to cross cultural and international research.

Mental Health After Sexual Violence: The Role of Behavioral and Demographic Risk Factors

Vandemark, Lisa M.; Mueller, Martina

Nursing Research. 57(3):175-181, May-June 2008.

Article that reports research findings contributing to knowledge about violence, injury and human safety including methodologic concerns specific to cross cultural and international research.