Family violence bibliography

Bailhache M, Leroy V, Pillet P, et al. 2013. Is early detection of abused children possible?: a systematic review of the diagnostic accuracy of the identification of abused children. BMC Pediatrics 13: 202.

Bond M, Holland S. 1994. Developmental supervision in health visiting. Health visitor, 67, 11. 392–3.

Campbell J. 1994. Child abuse and wife abuse: the connections. Maryland Medical Journal 43(4): 349–50.

Campbell JC, Coben JH, McLoughlin E, Dearwater S, Nah G, Glass N, Lee D, Durborow N. 2001. An evaluation of a system-change training model to improve emergency department response to battered women. Academic Emergency Medicine 8(2): 131–8.

Campbell J, Pliska M, Taylor W, Sheridan D. 1994. Battered women’s experiences in the emergency department. Journal of Emergency Nursing 4(20): 280–8.

Carroll-Lind J, Chapman J, Raskaukas J. 2011. Children’s perceptions of violence: the nature, extent and impact of their experiences. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 37: 1–13.

Commissioner for Children. 2000. Final report on the investigation into the death of James Whakaruru. Wellington: Office of the Commissioner for Children.

Christian CW, Scribano P, Pinto-Martin JA. 1997. Pediatric injury resulting from family violence. Pediatrics 99 (2): e8. URL: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/99/2/e8.full [Accessed 28 August 2002].

Doctors For Sexual Abuse Care 2005. Women’s experiences of domestic violence: An audit of consultations from four GPs, Unpublished report for the Ministry of Health 2005.

Edelson J 1999. The overlap between child maltreatment and women’s battering. Violence Against Women; 5: 134–54.

Edwards VJ, Anda RF, Dube SR, et al. 2005. The wide-ranging health consequences of adverse childhood experiences. In Kendall-Tackett K, Giacomoni S (eds). Victimisation of Children and Youth: Patterns of abuse, response strategies. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Family Violence Death Review Committee. 2014. Fourth Annual Report: January 2013 to December 2013. Wellington: Family Violence Death Review Committee.

Fanslow J, Norton R, Spinola C. (1998). Indicators of assault-related injuries among woman presenting to the emergency department. Annals of Emergency Medicine 23(3): 331–63.

Fanslow J and Robinson E. 2004. Violence against women in New Zealand: prevalence and health consequences. New Zealand Medical Journal 117(1206). [Accessed 31 August 2005].

Feder G, Ramsay J, Dunne D, et al. 2009. How far does screening women for domestic (partner) violence in different health-care settings meet criteria for a screening programme? Systematic reviews of nine UK National Screening Committee criteria. Health Technology Assessment 13: 1–113.

Felitti V, Anda R, Nordenberg D, Williamson D, Spitz A, Edwards V, Koss M, Marks J. 1998. Relationship of childhood abuse and household dysfunction to many of the leading causes of death in adults: the adverse childhood experiences (ACE) study. American Journal of Preventative Medicine 14(4): 245–58.

Freidman LS, Samet JH, Roberts MS, Hudlin M, Hans P. 1992. Inquiry about victimization experiences: a survey of patient preferences and physician practices. Archives Internal Medicine 152: 1186–90.

Grimshaw J, Shirran E, Thomas R, Mowatt G, Fraser C, Bero L, Grilli R, Harvey E, Oxman A, Thomson M, Baker R, Donald A, Dunning M, Firth-Cozens J, Hodgkin P, Sowden A. 1999. Effective health care: getting evidence into practice. Effective Health Care Bulletin 5(1): 1–16.

Head C, Taft A. 1995. Improving General Practitioner Management of Women Experiencing Domestic Violence: A study of the belief and experiences of women victims/survivors and GPs. Victoria: Hawthor, 1–33.

Jecker NS. 1993. Privacy beliefs and the violent family. JAMA 296(6): 776–80.

Koss, M, Koss, P, Woodruff, W. 1991. Deleterious effects of criminal victimisation on women’s health and medical utilisation. Archives Internal Medicine, 151: 342–7.

Koziol-McLain, Giddings L, Rameka M, Fyfe E. Women’s Perceptions of Partner Violence Screening in Two Aotearoa Healthcare Settings: “What took You so Long”. Unpublished evaluation report for the Ministry of Health 2005.

Koziol-McLain J, Giddings L, Rameka M, et al. 2008. Intimate partner violence screening and brief intervention: experiences of women in two New Zealand Health care settings. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health 53: 504–10.

Krug E, Dahlberg L, Mercy J, Zwi A, Lozano R, World Report on Violence and Health World Health Organization Geneva 2002.

Langley J, Martin J, Nada-Raja S. 1997. Physical assault among 21-year-olds by partners. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 12: 675–84.

Lievore D, Mayhew P. 2006. The Scale and Nature of Family Violence in New Zealand: A review and evaluation of knowledge. Wellington: Crime and Justice Research Centre, Victoria University.

McFarlane J, Parker B, Soeken K. 1996a. Abuse during pregnancy: associations with maternal health and infant birth weight. Nursing Research 45(1): 37–42.

McFarlane, J., Parker, B., Soeken, K., Silva, C., & Reel, S. 1998. Safety behaviours of abused women after an intervention during pregnancy. Journal Obstetric Gynecology Neonatal Nursing, 27(1), 64–9.

McFarlane, J., Soeken, K., and Wiist, W. An evaluation of interventions to decrease intimate partner violence to pregnant women. Public Health Nursing, 17(6), 443–451, 2000.

McKibben L, DeVos E, Newberger E. 1989. Victimization of mothers of abused children. Pediatrics 84: 531–5.

McLeer SV, Anwar RAH. 1987. The role of the emergency physician in the prevention of domestic violence. Annals of Emergency Medicine 16: 1155–61.

MacMillan HL, Wathen CN, Jamieson E, et al. 2009. Screening for intimate partner violence in health care settings: a randomised trial. JAMA 302(5): 493–501.

Maxwell G. 1994. Children and Family Violence: The unnoticed victims. Occasional paper number 3. Wellington: Office for the Commissioner for Children.

Maxwell G, Barthauer L, Julian R. 2000. The Role of Primary Care Providers in Identifying and Referring Child Victims of Family Violence. Wellington: Office for the Commissioner for Children.

Minister of Health. 1998. Child Health Strategy. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Minister of Health. 2016. The New Zealand Health Strategy: Future Directions 2016. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Minister of Health. 2001. The Primary Health Care Strategy. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Minister of Health and Associate Minister of Health. 2002. Refreshed 2014. He Korowai Oranga: Maori Health Strategy. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Health. 2016. Family Violence Assessment and Intervention Guideline: Child abuse and intimate partner violence. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Health. 2015. Statement of Intent 2015–2019. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Social Development. 2002. Te Rito New Zealand: Family violence prevention strategy. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development.

Ministry of Social Development. 2014. Children’s Action Plan. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development.

Ministry of Social Development. 2014. Vulnerable Children’s Act. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development.

Muellman et al. 1999. Family Violence, Ministry of Health Requirements

Murphy C, Paton N, Gulliver P, Fanslow J. 2013. Understanding connections and relationships: Child maltreatment, intimate partner violence and parenting. Issues paper 3. New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse.

 Raphael B. 2000. Domestic violence. The healthcare sector could become agents for change. The Medical Journal of Australia 159: 513–4.

Snively S. 1994. The Economic Cost of Family Violence. Wellington: Coopers and Lybrand.

Spinola C, Stewart L, Fanslow J, Norton R. 1998. Developing and implementing an intervention: evaluation of an emergency department pilot on partner abuse. Evaluation & the health professions 21(1): 91–118.

Acknowledgements

The Ministry of Health would like to acknowledge the significant contributions DHBs have offered in developing this guideline. The generous offers of material and editing advice from DHB coordinators of family violence intervention programmes (child and partner abuse) are also greatly appreciated.

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