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Section 4: Meeting Logistics


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[20] Megan Greeson and Rebecca Campbell, 2015, “Coordinated Community Efforts to Respond to Sexual Assault: A National Study of Sexual Assault Response Team Implementation,” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(14): 2470-2487.

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[34] Jefferey A. LePine, Ronald F. Piccolo, Christine L. Jackson, John E. Mathieu, and Jessica R. Saul, 2008, “A Meta-Analysis of Teamwork Processes: Tests of a Multidimensional Model and Relationships with Team Effectiveness Criteria,” Personnel Psychology 61(2): 273–307.

[35] Jefferey A. LePine, Ronald F. Piccolo, Christine L. Jackson, John E. Mathieu, and Jessica R. Saul, 2008, “A Meta-Analysis of Teamwork Processes: Tests of a Multidimensional Model and Relationships with Team Effectiveness Criteria,” Personnel Psychology 61(2): 273–307.

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[37] Correspondence with Juliane Johnson, Statewide Coordinator, Kansas Sexual Assault Network, Wichita, Kansas.

[38] Melissa A. Cohen, Steven G. Rogelberg, Joseph A. Allen, and Alexandra Luong, 2011, “Meeting Design Characteristics and Attendee Perceptions of Staff/Team Meeting Quality,” Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 15(1): 90-104.

[39] Louise Lemieux-Charles and Wendy L. McGuire, 2006, “What Do We Know about Health Care Team Effectiveness? A Review of the Literature,” Medical Care Research and Review 63(3): 263–300.

[40] Phillip G. Clark, Cheryl Cott, and Theresa J. K. Drinka, 2007, “Theory and Practice in Interprofessional Ethics: A Framework for Understanding Ethical Issues in Health Care Teams,” Journal of Interprofessional Care 21(6): 591–603.

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[42] Sharon M. Mickan and Sylvia A. Rodger, 2005, “Effective Health Care Teams: A Model of Six Characteristics Developed from Shared Perceptions,” Journal of Interprofessional Care 19(4):358–70.

 

[44] Sharon M. Mickan and Sylvia A. Rodger, 2005, “Effective Health Care Teams: A Model of Six Characteristics Developed from Shared Perceptions,” Journal of Interprofessional Care 19(4):358–70.

[45] Megan Greeson and Rebecca Campbell, 2012, "Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs): An Empirical Review of Their Effectiveness and Challenges to Successful Implementation," Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 14(2): 83-95.

[46] Melissa A. Cohen, Steven G. Rogelberg, Joseph A. Allen, and Alexandra Luong, 2011, “Meeting Design Characteristics and Attendee Perceptions of Staff/Team Meeting Quality,” Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 15(1): 90-104.

[47] Melissa A. Cohen, Steven G. Rogelberg, Joseph A. Allen, and Alexandra Luong, 2011, “Meeting Design Characteristics and Attendee Perceptions of Staff/Team Meeting Quality,” Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 15(1): 90-104.

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[51] Code of Virginia § 2.2-3701. Retrieved June 7, 2018 from LINK

[52] Code of Virginia § 15.2-1627.4. Retrieved June 7, 2018 from LINK

[53] Sexual Violence Justice Institute, 2017, An Initial Exploration of SART Mandates. Retrieved March 26, 2018, from LINK

[54] Code of Virginia § 2.2-3705.7. Retrieved June 7, 2018 from LINK

[55] New York State Public Officers Law Article 6 § 89. Retrieved June 7, 2018, from LINK

[56] Michigan Legislature § 780.818. Retrieved June 7, 2018, from LINK

[57] Michigan Legislature § 15.232. Retrieved June 7, 2018, from LINK

[58] Michael Yoerger, John Crowe, and Joseph A. Allen, 2015, “Participate or Else! The Effect of Participation in Decision-Making in Meetings on Employee Engagement,” Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 67(1): 65-80.

[59] Ronda C. Zakocs and Sarah Guckenburg, 2007, “What Coalition Factors Foster Community Capacity? Lessons Learned from the Fighting Back Initiative,” Health Education & Behavior 34(2): 354–75.

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[72] Carrie A. Moylan, Taryn Lindhorst, and Emiko A. Tajima, 2015, “Contested Discourses in Multidisciplinary Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs),” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 32(1): 3-22.

[73] Louise Lemieux-Charles and Wendy L. McGuire, 2006, “What Do We Know about Health Care Team Effectiveness? A Review of the Literature,” Medical Care Research and Review 63(3): 263–300.

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[76] Megan R. Greeson and Rebecca Campbell, 2015, "Coordinated Community Efforts to Respond to Sexual Assault: A National Study of Sexual Assault Response Team Implementation," Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(14): 2470-2487.

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[79] Jennifer L. Geimer, Desmond J. Leach, Justin A. DeSimone, Steven G. Rogelberg, and Peter B. Warr, 2015, “Meetings at Work: Perceived Effectiveness and Recommended Improvements,” Journal of Business Research 68(9): 2015-2026.

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Topic Sexual Assault Response Teams