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

 
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Reviews and Testimony


FINDINGS

  • 74% of all respondents reported that a doctor reviews the pediatric sexual assault cases in their county (n=54); 31% reported that a nurse reviews the pediatric sexual assault cases in their county (N=54).

  • 67% of all respondents reported that a doctor testifies in pediatric sexual assault cases in their county (N=54); 60% of respondents also reported that a nurse testifies in pediatric sexual assault cases in their county. (N=57).

Providers Who Review Pediatric Sexual Assault Cases and Providers Who Testify in Pediatric Sexual Assault Cases

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