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Published Peer Reviewed Journal Articles



  • Elliot, S., Kelly, E., Jacobson, D., Montemurro, F., Bruder, R., Mason, R., and Du Mont, J. (2023). Identification of domestically sex trafficked persons in social service settings in Canada: A qualitative study. The Journal Social Service Research. 49(1), 1-14.

  • Recknor, F., Mason, R., Jacobson, D., Kelly, C.E., Montemurro, F., Bruder, R., & DuMont, J. (2023). Challenges to supporting domestically sex trafficked persons: In-depth interviews with service providers. Journal of Human Trafficking, 9(3), 1-16.

  • Recknor, F., Kelly, C.E., Jacobson, D., Montemurro, F., Bruder, R., Mason, R., & DuMont, J. (2023). Impacts of the COVID-19 public health crisis on caring for sex trafficked persons. Health Promotion Practice, 1-8.

  • Jacobson, D., Mason, R., Bruder, R., & Du Mont, J. (2022). A protocol for a qualitative study on sex trafficking: Exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices of physicians, nurses, and social workers in Ontario, Canada. PLOS ONE, 17(9).

  • Jacobson, D., Mason, R., Montemurro, F., Bruder, R., & Du Mont, J. (2022). Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of social service providers regarding the domestic sex trafficking of adolescents and adults in Ontario and Canada. Journal of Advance Nursing, 78(S1), 9-72.

Under Review


  • Bruder, R., Mason, R., Williams, C., Du Mont, J. Exploring the experiences of well-being, health, and healthcare among women who have been domestically sex trafficked in Ontario, Canada: A qualitative study protocol [Manuscript submitted for publication].

  • Du Mont, J., Montemurro, F., Bruder, R., Kelly, C.E., & Mason, R. (2023). Recommendations to improve services for domestically sex trafficked women: Findings from in-depth interviews with social service and health care providers. [Manuscript submitted for publication].


In Preparation

  • Bruder, R., Mason, R., Williams, C., Du Mont, J. In what ways do healthcare providers' perceptions of sex-trafficked persons inform their interactions? In-depth interviews with physicians, nurses, and social workers. Working Paper. Target Outlet: Journal of Interpersonal Violence

  • Azzopardi, C., Bruder, R., & Smith, T. D. (2022). Multisector Community Response to Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Toronto Region Protocol. The Hospital for Sick Children [Manuscript in preparation]​

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