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30 April 2021
Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma
Special Issue Editor(s)
Galina A. Portnoy, PhD,
VA Connecticut Healthcare System; Yale School of Medicine
LeAnn E. Bruce, PhD, LCSW,
Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program; VA Central Office
Kelly E. Buckholdt, PhD,
Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program
A Systematic Response to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in Healthcare: Examining IPV Programs for Veterans
The Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma announces a forthcoming Special Issue on A Systematic Response to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in Healthcare: Examining IPV Programs for Veterans. We are seeking manuscripts that address a wide range of topics overviewing the spectrum of IPV related programs and services offered to Veterans, particularly in the VA Healthcare System, including education, prevention, intervention, and screening; gaps and challenges to addressing IPV within a healthcare system; and other topics such as safety planning and intervention. Topics may include services for those who experience or use IPV. We invite research with varying methodologies, including empirical studies, evidence-based treatment, primary and secondary research, qualitative and mixed methods, and program evaluation. Theoretical and conceptual articles will also be considered. Secondary analyses of administrative data should demonstrate significance and applicability to IPV programming at a systems level.
Reference to guest editors’ Federal positions is for information only. This request for papers is not an official Government activity and the views found within materials requested and presented are those of the authors and editors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Veterans Affairs or its Components.
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The submission process involves the following key steps:
- Interested authors should submit a 500-word (maximum) abstract that highlights the main goals of the article, methodology used, contributions of findings to the special issue, and implications for clinicians, patients, educators, researchers, and/or policymakers. Abstracts should be sent to Drs. Galina Portnoy, LeAnn Bruce, and Kelly Buckholdt at [email protected] no later than Dec. 18th, 2020.
- Editors will review submitted abstracts and solicit submissions for full-length manuscripts by January 25th, 2021. Full-length manuscripts will be due no later than April 30th, 2021.
- Accepted manuscripts need to follow the APA manual, 7th edition. This includes 12 pt. Times New Roman font and 1-inch margins. The title page should also include the author(s) address and contact information for correspondence, affiliation, and 8 key words or phrases for abstracting. Headings must follow APA format with bold, italics, and indentation as appropriate. Each article should be summarized in an abstract of no more than 120 words. Articles should not exceed 30 double spaced pages, including abstract, references, tables, and figures. All references in the text should be cited in the references section, and vice versa. These should be double checked before submission. Cite in the text by author and date (e.g., Smith, 2008) and include an alphabetical list at the end of the article. Additionally, all submissions should include a discussion of diversity as it applies to the manuscript (e.g., nature of the sample, limitations of the measurement, etc.).
Questions & comments can be addressed to the guest editors at [email protected]
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