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Message ID: 8598
Date: 2010-08-28

Author:LM Graf

Subject:Family Violence doctoral project

You are being invited to take part in a research study exploring the factors which influence the application of empirical research to family violence prevention practices. This research will involve in-depth interviews and be an opportunity for you to provide your perspective and feedback about your personal experiences. To be eligible for this study, you must be a family violence prevention worker who works directly with victims, prevention program services, or community members to prevent family violence, educate community members, or raise awareness of violence. Your opinions and experiences are valuable to understanding the unique factors that impact this process from the perspective of front line family violence workers. This data can be used to improve violence prevention research that is more useful for practitioners. Call for Participants Linnaya Graf, a doctoral student at Walden University, is seeking family violence prevention workers who would like to participate in a study to explore the factors that influence the application of empirical research to prevention practices. To be eligible for this study, you must be a family violence prevention worker who works directly with victims, prevention program services, or community members to prevent family violence, educate community members, or raise awareness of violence There is no direct compensation for participation in this study. However, data collected during this study can benefit family violence prevention by clarifying the needs and experiences of front-line family violence prevention workers and potentially improving family violence research in the future. Participation in this study will require conducting both an initial and follow-up interview lasting about 20 minutes. Interviews will consist of open ended questions and will be conducted by phone. During the interview you will be able to provide your perceptions and unique experiences To learn more about this study please contact Linnaya Graf at 1-717-467-4770 or at linnaya.graf@ waldenu.edu . You may also learn more about this study at www.linnaya.com . -- Linnaya M. Graf, BA, MSPH PhD student Public Health, Walden University Permanent: York, PA Tel. from the States: 1-717-467-4770

You are being invited to take part in a research study exploring the factors which influence the application of empirical research to family violence prevention practices. This research will involve in-depth interviews and be an opportunity for you to provide your perspective and feedback about your personal experiences. To be eligible for this study, you must be a family violence prevention worker who works directly with victims, prevention program services, or community members to prevent family violence, educate community members, or raise awareness of violence. Your opinions and experiences are valuable to understanding the unique factors that impact this process from the perspective of front line family violence workers. This data can be used to improve violence prevention research that is more useful for practitioners. Call for Participants Linnaya Graf, a doctoral student at Walden University, is seeking family violence prevention workers who would like to participate in a study to explore the factors that influence the application of empirical research to prevention practices. To be eligible for this study, you must be a family violence prevention worker who works directly with victims, prevention program services, or community members to prevent family violence, educate community members, or raise awareness of violence There is no direct compensation for participation in this study. However, data collected during this study can benefit family violence prevention by clarifying the needs and experiences of front-line family violence prevention workers and potentially improving family violence research in the future. Participation in this study will require conducting both an initial and follow-up interview lasting about 20 minutes. Interviews will consist of open ended questions and will be conducted by phone. During the interview you will be able to provide your perceptions and unique experiences To learn more about this study please contact Linnaya Graf at 1-717-467-4770 or at linnaya.graf waldenu.edu . You may also learn more about this study at www.linnaya.com . -- Linnaya M. Graf, BA, MSPH PhD student Public Health, Walden University Permanent: York, PA Tel. from the States: 1-717-467-4770