Entry-Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment
SANE/SAFE Forensic Learning Series
The Entry-Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment is designed to give novice and experienced sexual assault examiners the opportunity to learn, apply, and demonstrate competency in sexual assault evaluations of adolescents and adults. The book challenges sexual assault examiners to critically analyze medical evaluations, systematic evidence collection processes, general treatment considerations, and patient education. Students also will have the opportunity to identify and appropriately label anatomical structures and injuries using objective terminology.
Materials and activities in the Entry-Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment have been accredited through the Saint Louis University School of Medicine and the Saint Louis University School of Nursing. Medical professionals can earn 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ or 3.0 Nursing Contact Hours.
Upon completion of the Entry-Level assessment, you can continue to expand your knowledge and skills with the Intermediate-Level and Advanced-Level volumes. All three books will be available in spring 2012.
Features and Benefits
|Product Details:||112 pages, 44 images and 16 contributors|
|Audience:||Law Enforcement, Attorneys, Physicians, ER Personnel, Pediatricians, EMTs, Nurses, Clinical Researchers, Social Service Personnel, Mental Health Professionals, Domestic Violence Experts, Child Advocates, Child Abuse Prevention Professionals, Child Protective Services Members|
I: Anatomical Review
1. Sexual Assault: 41-year-old Female Patient with Down’s Syndrome
2. Sexual Assault: 32-year-old Male Patient
3. Incapacitated Sexual Assault: 24-year-old Female Patient
4. Sexual Assault: 21-year-old Female College Student
5. Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault: 15-year-old Female Patient
6. Sexual Assault: 17-year-old Female Patient
7. Incapacitated Sexual Assault: 24-year-old Female Patient in a Psychiatric Facility
8. Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: 32-year-old Female Patient
9. Sexual Assault: 20-year-old Female Patient
10. Documenting a History and Reviewing a Case
II: Recommended Reading
III: Answer Key
IV: CME/CNE Test Questions