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Spring 5-15-2018


Hospital-based violence intervention programs (HVIP) recognize the importance of supporting the needs of violence survivors and their families to help prevent retaliation and other violence from reoccurring. This report discusses the need for evaluations and further research for HVIPs as the shift towards understanding violence through a public approach increases.


Evans, Douglas and Anthony Vega (2018). Critical Care: The Important Role of Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs. New York, NY: Research and Evaluation Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York.



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