Date of Conferral
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
The purpose of this project was to improve support for victims of domestic violence. To that end, this project developed an evidence-based program to provide information about domestic violence including safe and confidential ways to seek assistance, rights as cohabiting intimate partners, and the resources available to community members. Several approaches were used to develop, validate, and plan for implementation and evaluation of this program, which was developed for 3 sites in Broward and Miami-Dade counties where the project is situated. The program logic model and the social ecological model, including the individual, relationship, community, and societal levels, were used to guide this project. In addition, scholarly works from 2000 to 2013 were selected from ProQuest, CINAHL, Ebscohost, Medline, and Ovid Nursing Journals to develop this program in collaboration with an interdisciplinary team of 7 community stakeholders including a physician, advanced practice nurse, law enforcement officer, pastor, and 3 recovery center directors with knowledge in these areas. Content validation involved incorporating feedback from the project team. The target population for the project includes women and men aged 18 or higher who have experienced domestic violence, homelessness, and drug addiction. Community operationalization of the initiative will be facilitated by implementation and evaluation plans developed as part of this project. The project includes community education that may help organize events and campaigns, increase domestic violence awareness among community members, and influence policy regarding issues pertaining to domestic violence.
Data Collection.pdf (80 kB)
Domestic Violence Power and Control Wheel.pdf (216 kB)
Evaluation Tool.pdf (138 kB)
Implementation Plan.pdf (136 kB)
Post -Then - Pre- Evaluation Tool.pdf (58 kB)
Project Evaluation Plan.pdf (60 kB)
Anderson, Julette N., "Effects of Education on Victims of Domestic Violence" (2015). Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies. 345.