“Taken together, the promising findings of the intervention studies below suggest the feasibility and effectiveness of the WINGS SBIRT model in addressing IPV among WWUD whether delivered by a helping or lay professional or administered using a computerized self-paced tool”
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Gilbert, L., Shaw, S., Goddard, D., Chang, M., Rowe, J., Almonte, M., & Epperson, M. (2015). The Comparative Effectiveness of a Computerized Service Tool to address IPV among Drug-involved Women under Community Supervision: Results from Randomized Controlled Trial (WINGS). Criminal Behavior and Mental Health. 25:314-329.
Gilbert, L., Goddard-Eckrich, D., Hunt, T., Ma, X., Chang, M., Rowe, J., … & Shaw, S. A. (2016). Efficacy of a computerized intervention on HIV and intimate partner violence among substance-using women in community corrections: a randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Public Health, (0), e1-e9
Gilbert, L., Jiwatram-Negron, T., Nikitin, D, … & Hunt, T. (in press) Feasibility and Preliminary Effects of a Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Model to address Gender-based Violence among Substance-using Women in Kyrgyzstan: Project WINGS (Women Initiating New Goals of Safety). Drug and Alcohol Use Review.