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Appellate courts in two states have ruled that facilitated communication is a technique that is acceptable as a method to help victims to communicate with investigators or in court. These courts do not ap...
Tom Coleman
11/29/2011
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NORA BALADERIAN
12/09/2011
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Carolyn
12/09/2011
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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics...
OVCRC
07/20/2011
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Are there any EBP specific to victim interactions with courts, the judiciary or courtroom procedures?
Carol
07/20/2011
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Lisa
10/25/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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Much of our work is short term. How does one measure success in short term and crisis intervention strategies?
Kathy Magee
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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There seems to be quite a few resources and tools for working with children and families - what about adult victims? Any EBP that would be beneficial to adults who may have experience crime as a child or ...
nwesley
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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Are there any screening tools that can recommend one EBP over another that would take into account the unique circumstances of individual victims, crimes and or offenders.
BJA
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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I am trying to locate the materials on Integrating evidence-based practices into victim services.
camilla madden
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Can you please comment on the use of home visitation as an evidence-based strategy to helping children (and their families) deal with exposure to violence and trauma? Thanks!
John Rosiak
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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We have just started a new program in Arizona for young children birth to five who have victims of crime, do you have any recommendations that may be helpful when starting a new victim services program, sp...
Amanda Perpich
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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What exactly is best evidence practices in dealing with financial abuse of the elderly?
Terry
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Our community has no evidence based services for DV, and no evidence based services for Parents in the child welfare system who engage in DV. Do they exist? How effective are they for child welfare populat...
Cindy Lederman
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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How do you integrate EBP when there is a limited evidence base for your population?
rosie
07/20/2011
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rosie
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Dr. Saunders - What are some of the outcomes of these evidence-based practices? Which outcomes are best for us to measure at the local service provider level?
Rebecca K. Odor
07/20/2011
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follow up
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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There is a lot of research out there. How do we determine which research we should focus on when implementing new practices or changing our current practice? I guess my question is ... if it's evidence-ba...
Matt
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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What are the best resources to find tools for EBP? Where should I start my search?
nwesley
07/20/2011
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nwesley
07/20/2011
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GH: Ben
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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Are there any specific EBPs that have been shown to be effective in addressing the behavior of perpetrators of DV? Or are the Batterer intervention programs it?
David
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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How are programs selected for review for the crimesolutions.gov Web site?
ESH
07/20/2011
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GH - Phelan
07/20/2011
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How can these evidence-based practices be adapted to align with our culturally and linguistically practices, specifically, our Latina and Spanish speaking clients?
Laura S
07/20/2011
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Rebecca K. Odor
07/20/2011
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curious
07/20/2011
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Host: Ben
07/20/2011
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07/20/2011
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