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Message ID: 9848
Date: 2015-06-03

Author:Love, Susan M

Subject:Re: Resources for researchers handling sensitive data

Charles Figley, u of Florida, has been doing secondary trauma work for 30 years... I am sure he has developed some brief EBP Sent from my iPhone On Jun 3, 2015, at 3:47 PM, sue bione > wrote: We use trauma informed resources to help protect our office and front desk staff from secondary trauma. Sue Bione-Grevious Marriage and Family Therapy Associate Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student I cannot make my days longer so I strive to make them better - Henry David Thoreau On Wednesday, June 3, 2015 9:41 AM, Julie Halverson > wrote: Dear Colleagues, My staff are working on a research project which entails abstracting police report and court data on assaults and homicides. As you know, a lot of the information being abstracted about domestic and sexual violence can be difficult and traumatic to work with day in and day out. I was wondering if there are recommendations or resources that you use when or your staff are working with sensitive or emotionally trying research projects. I appreciate your help and look forward to your collective insight. Many Thanks, Julie Halverson

Charles Figley, u of Florida, has been doing secondary trauma work for 30 years... I am sure he has developed some brief EBP Sent from my iPhone On Jun 3, 2015, at 3:47 PM, sue bione > wrote: We use trauma informed resources to help protect our office and front desk staff from secondary trauma. Sue Bione-Grevious Marriage and Family Therapy Associate Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student I cannot make my days longer so I strive to make them better - Henry David Thoreau On Wednesday, June 3, 2015 9:41 AM, Julie Halverson > wrote: Dear Colleagues, My staff are working on a research project which entails abstracting police report and court data on assaults and homicides. As you know, a lot of the information being abstracted about domestic and sexual violence can be difficult and traumatic to work with day in and day out. I was wondering if there are recommendations or resources that you use when or your staff are working with sensitive or emotionally trying research projects. I appreciate your help and look forward to your collective insight. Many Thanks, Julie Halverson