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Violence Publications

Hamberger LK, Guse CE.  Increasing Physician Inquiry for Intimate Partner Violence in a Family Medicine Setting:  Placing a Screening Prompt on the Patient Record.  Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma 2010 (19):839-52.

Villaveces A, Christiansen A, Hargarten SW. Developing a Global Research Agenda on Violence and Injury Prevention: A Modest Proposal, Injury Prevention, 2010.

Ambuel B, Phelan MB, Hamberger LK, Wolff. Healthcare Can Change From Within: A Sustainable Model for Intimate Partner Violence Intervention and Prevention. In, Banyard V, Edwards V, Kendall-Tackett K (Eds.). Trauma and Physical Health: Understanding the Effects of Extreme Stress and of Psychological Harm, 2009: Chapter 8, 202-37.

Conradi, L., Geffner, R., Hamberger, L.K., & Lawson, G. An Exploratory Study of Women as Dominant Aggressors of Physical Violence in Their Intimate Relationships.  Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 2009;18: 718-38

Cunningham R, Knox L, Fein J, Harrison S, Frisch K, Walton M, Dicker R, Calhoun D, Becker M, Hargarten SW. Before and After the Trauma Bay: The Prevention of Violent Injury Among Youth. Ann Emerg Med 2009; 53(4):490-500.

Hamberger LK, Holtzworth-Munroe A.  Psychopathological Correlates of Male Aggression.  In KD O’Leary & EM Woodin (Eds.),   Psychological and Physical Aggression in Couples: Causes and interventions.  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2009; 79-98.

Hamberger LK.  Risk Factors for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration: Typologies and Characteristics of Batterers. In C. Mitchell & D. Anglin (Eds.), Intimate Partner Violence: A Health-Based Perspective, New York: Oxford University Press, 2009; 115-31.

Hamberger LK, Lohr JM, Parker LM, Witte T. Treatment Approaches for Men Who Batter Their Partners.  In C. Mitchell & D. Anglin (Eds.), Intimate Partner Violence: A Health-Based Perspective, New York: Oxford University Press, 2009; 459-71.

Houry D, Cunningham RM, Hankin A, James T, Bernstein E, Hargarten S.  Violence Prevention in the Emergency Department: Future Research Priorities, Journal of Acad Emerg Med, November 2009; 16(11),1089-95.

Johnson N, Klingbeil C, Melzer-Lange MD, Humphreys C, Scanlon MC Simpson P, Evaluation of an intimate partner violence curriculum in a pediatric hospital.  Pediatrics 2009;123; 562-568.

Hamberger, LK.  Twenty-five Years of Change in Working With Partner Abusers – Part I:  Observations from the Trenches About Community and System-Level Changes.  Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 2008;16: 355-375.

Hamberger LK. Twenty-five Years of Change working with partner abusers – Part II:  Observations from the Trenches About Changes in Understanding Abusers and Abuser Treatment.  Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 2008; 17:1-22.

Melzer-Lange M, McCart MR, Phelps, LF, Heueremann, WH, Davies WH:Project Ujima: Working together to make things right. In Youth Violence: Interventions for Health Care Providers. R.D. Ketterlinus (Ed.),APHA Press, 2008,143-170.

Hamberger LK, Ambuel B, Guse C. Racial differences in battered women’s experiences and preferences for treatment from physicians.  Journal of Family Violence; (22): 259-65, 2007. Published online 24 May 2007.

Hamberger LK. Preparing the next generation of physicians: Medical school and residency-based intimate partner violence curriculum and evaluation. Trauma, Violence, and Abuse; (8), 214-225. 2007.

McCart M, Melzer-Lange M. Project Ujima: Providing Comprehensive Care to Youth Violence Victims: Trauma Psychology: 2007; 2:15-17

Melzer-Lange MD,  Van Thatcher C, Liu JX, Zhu S. Urban Community Characteristics and Adolescent Assault Victims. Wisconsin Medical Journal. 2007; 106(7): 394-8.

Hamberger, LK., & Guse, CE. Typology of reactions to intimate partner violence among men and women arrested for intimate partner violence. Violence and Victims, 20:303-17, 2005.

Hamberger LK, Guse CE, Patel D, Griffen E. Increasing physician inquiry for intimate partner violence in a family medicine setting: Placing a screening prompt on the patient record. (Submitted).

Hamberger LK, Ambuel B, Guse, CE. Racial differences in battered women's experiences and preferences for treatment from physicians. (Accepted for publication, Journal of Family Violence - May, 2005.)

Phelan, M.B., Hamberger, LK, Guse, CE, Edwards S, Walczak S, & Zozel A. Domestic violence among male and female patients seeking emergency services. Violence and Victims, 20:187-206,2005.

Hamberger, L.K., Guse, C., Boerger, J., Minsky, D., Pape, D., & Folsom, C. Evaluation of a healthcare provider training program to identify and help partner violence victims. Journal of Family Violence, 19: 1-11, 2004.

Rickert KL, Zhang J, Muszynski CA, Yoganandan N, Pintar FA, Gennarelli TA: Relationship between hematoma and edema volumes and GCS in gunshot wounds to the head. Amer Assn of Neurolog Surg, Orlando FL, May 2004, Paper#1350

Ambuel, B., Butler, D., Hamberger, L.K., Lawrence, S., & Guse, C. Female and Male medical students' exposure to violence: Impact on well-being and perceived capacity to help battered women. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 34, 113-135, 2003.

Milne JS, Hargarten SW, Kellerman AL, Wintemute GJ: Effect of current federal regulations on handgun safety features. Ann Emerg Med January 2003; 41(1):1-9.

Kuhn EM, Nie CL, O'Brien ME, Withers RL, Wintemute GJ, Hargarten, SW. Missing the target: A comparison of buyback and fatality related guns. Injury Prevention 2002;8:143-146.

Hargarten SW: The physician's role in preventing small arms injury. Medicine Conflict and Survival October-December 2002; 18(4):389-393.
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