CHPS RESEARCH STUDIES

Deaf Women’s Experience Receiving Trauma Related Services after Intimate Partner Violence

The purpose of this study is to learn more about deaf women’s current psychosocial functioning and what experiences are selected out and given meaning in regard to their recovery from intimate partner violence. The following information is to help you to decide whether or not you would be interested in being interviewed for a study on healing. In particular, we are looking for individuals who have experienced violence from an intimate partner. We want to learn about your own personal strengths that helped you survive adversity, and if you had help from any other people or programs. What we learn from this study may be of help to other persons who have experienced similar life experiences. Participating in this study may bring up stressful memories.

Inclusion Qualifications:

  • 18 years or older
  • Identify as female or nonbinary
  • Identify as D/deaf or hard-of-hearing
  • Has experienced intimate partner violence
  • Has been out of the abusive relationship for at least 6

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UCF IRB#: SBE-17-13383
PI: Reshawna Chapple
IRB Expiration March 31, 2021
Recruitment End Date:
March 31, 2021
Location:
Online
Compensation:
Type: $10 in Gift Cards
Point of Contact:
Reshawna Chapple
Associated Units:
Social Work

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