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

 
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Objectives


  • The objectives for the review of SAFE/SANE Training and Practice Related To Pediatric Sexual Assault Cases are to:

    • Describe the current background and training of NYS SAFE/SANEs;

    • Identify geographic areas that the providers serve;

    • Identify the number and age of children served;

    • Identify the practice patterns for examining children, reviewing findings and testifying about pediatric sexual assault cases;

    • Describe the compensation models for SAFE/SANEs performing examinations;

    • Describe existing affiliations/collaborative relationships between SAFE/SANEs, CAC/MDTs and Emergency Departments throughout NYS; and

    • Identify the service gaps in providing care for suspected child sexual abuse victims in NYS as reported by the survey participants.



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