Publications 2005

(2005) Barber C. Fatal connection: firearms and completed suicide. Advancing Suicide Prevention. 1(2):25-26.

(2005) Browne A, Barber CW, Stone DM, Meyer AL. Public health training on the prevention of youth violence and suicide: an overview.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine; 29(5 Suppl 2):233-239.

(2005) Flaherty E and Sege R.  Barriers to physician identification and reporting of child abuse.  Pediatric Annals; 34(5): 349-356.

(2005) Hathaway JE, Willis G, Zimmer B, Silverman JG. Impact of partner abuse on women’s reproductive lives. J Am Med Womens Assoc; 60(1):42-5.

(2005) McCloskey LA, Lichter E, Ganz ML, Williams CM, Gerber MR, Sege R, Stair T, Herbert B, Intimate partner violence and patient screening across medical specialties. Academic Emergency Medicine; 12(8): 712-722.

(2005) Molnar BE., Browne A., Cerda M., Buka SL. Violent behavior by girls reporting violent victimization: A prospective study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; 159(6): 731-739.

(2005) Molnar BE, Roberts AL, Browne A, Gardener H, Buka SL. What girls need: recommendations for preventing violence among urban girls in the US. Social Science & Medicine; 60(10):2191-2204. Epub 2004 Dec 23.

(2005) Raj A, Silverman JG, McCleary-Sills J, Liu R. Immigration policies increase south Asian immigrant women’s vulnerability to intimate partner violence.  J Am Med Womens Assoc.; 60(1):26-32.

(2005) Reading R, Haynes R, Shenassa E.  Neighborhood influences on child injury risk.  Children, Youth and Environments; 15:165-185.

(2005)  Sege R and Webb S.  Bringing violence prevention to clinicians:  the Massachusetts Medical Society experience. American Journal of Preventive Medicine; 29(5 Suppl 2): 230-2.

(2005) Sege R, Flanigan E, Levin-Goodman R, Licenziato V, De Vos E, Spivak H. Case study:  the American Academy Of Pediatrics (AAP) violence intervention and prevention program (VIPP).  American Journal of Preventive Medicine; 29(5 Suppl 2): 215-9.

(2005) Sege R and Hoffman J.  Training health professionals in youth violence prevention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine (supplement); 29(5S2): 175-181.

(2006) Silverman JG, Decker MR, Gupta J, Maheshwari A, Patel V, Raj A.  HIV Prevalence and predictors among rescued sex trafficked women and girls in Mumbai, India.  J AIDS; 43(5):588-93.

(2005) Slote KY, Cuthbert C, Mesh CJ, Driggers MG, Bancroft L, Silverman JG. Battered mothers speak out: participatory human rights documentation as a model for research and activism in the United States. Violence Against Women; 11(11):1367-95.

(2005) Stone D, Barber C, Potter L. Public health training online: the National Center for Suicide Prevention Training. American Journal of Preventive Medicine; 29(5S2): 247-251.

(2005) Trowbridge M., Sege R., Olson L., O’Connor K., Flaherty E., Spivak H. Intentional injury management and prevention in pediatric practice: results from 1998 and 2003 American Academy of Pediatrics periodic surveys. Pediatrics; 116(4):996-1000.

 

Book Chapters, Encyclopedias, etc.

 

(2005) Browne, A. Reflections on the writing of When Battered Women Kill.  In Bergen, Edleson, & Renzetti, Violence Against Women: Classic Papers (229-243). New York, NY: Allyn and Bacon.

(2005) Prothrow-Stith D, Chery T, Oliver J, Feldman M, Chery J and Shamis, The PeaceZone: A Program for Social Literacy, Champaign, IL: Research Press.