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 New York State SAFE/SANE Training and Practice Related To Pediatric Sexual Assault Cases: Survey Results

 
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Performance of Pediatric Sexual Assault Examinations


FINDINGS

  • 42% of all respondents reported that a doctor performs the pediatric sexual assault exam with a SANE while 40% of all respondents reported a nurse performs the exam with a SANE (N=52).

  • 35% of SANES report examining the child alone.

  • 81% of all respondents reported that a doctor performs the pediatric sexual assault exam when a SANE practitioner is not available in their county (N= 57); 33% reported a nurse performs the exam when the SANE is not available.

Providers Who Perform Pediatric Sexual Assault Exams With SANEs and Providers Who Perform Pediatric Sexual Assault Exams When The SANE Is Not Available

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