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(Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)
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  • Sexual Assault and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adults, Adolescents, and Children. [Review]
    Clin Infect Dis 2015; 61 Suppl 8:S856-64Seña AC, Hsu KK, … Hammerschlag MR
  • Survivors of sexual assault are at risk for acquiring sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We conducted literature reviews and invited experts to assist in updating the sexual assault section for the 2015 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sexually transmitted diseases (STD) treatment guidelines. New recommendations for STI management among adult and adolescent sexual assault survivors…
  • The seven pillars of quality care in a statewide pediatric sexual assault nurse examiner program. [Journal Article]
    J Child Sex Abus 2013; 22(7):777-95Meunier-Sham J, Cross TP, Zuniga L
  • This article describes a systematic approach used by a statewide pediatric sexual assault nurse examiner program to ensure the quality of forensic medical examinations it provides in child sexual abuse investigations. Seven strategies for enhancing quality are described: (a) hiring experienced professionals, (b) effective training, (c) comprehensive protocols, (d) ample support for pediatric sexu…
  • Veracity for children in pediatric forensics. [Journal Article]
    J Forensic Nurs 2012; 8(4):155-62Morris K, Ditton M
  • Child sexual abuse is a heinous crime, and school-age children are the age group most commonly victimized. When occurring within the family, it is particularly difficult and confusing for the child to disclose. The role of the sexual assault nurse examiner, and the challenges in applying the ethical concept of veracity when caring for these young victims is examined, using vignettes based on actu…
  • Routine pharyngeal cultures may not be useful in pediatric victims of sexual assault. [Journal Article]
    J Emerg Nurs 2000; 26(4):306-11Brown SL, Peck KR, Watts DD
  • CONCLUSIONS: The incidence of positive oral culture results in this sample was zero. This finding supports a more limited approach to standard sexually transmitted disease screening in pediatric sexual assault victims. The elimination of routine oral cultures in pediatric victims without alleged oral contact decreases the examination time, decreases the number of invasive procedures associated with the examination, and decreases the cost of the examination without negatively affecting patient care.
  • Sexual assault nurse examiner and sexual assault response team (SANE/SART) program. [Review]
    Nurs Clin North Am 2000; 35(2):311-9Selig C
  • Guided by the Center for Advanced Nursing Practice Evidence-Based Practice Model, under the leadership of a Clinical Nurse Specialist for Women's Health, in response to focused community needs assessment, a SANE/SART program was developed, implemented, and evaluated. The SANE/SART program brings quality improvement across the entire women's health program. Currently, the program scope is expandin…
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