200 pages, 153 images, 7 contributors
Child Sexual Abuse Assessment provides exercises that guide readers through the process of identifying documented injuries and developing a plan of action for each case.
Readers will have the opportunity to assess 16 case histories of child sexual abuse, with a detailed account of each case and accompanying full-color examination photographs for reference. Each case includes a series of evaluative exercises designed to refine and reinforce readers' skills in injury identification, evidence collection, and the recommendation of treatment and follow-up care.
Features and Benefits:
-- Portable and convenient
-- 16 case histories and corresponding exercises modeling best practices in response to children of various developmental stages
-- Ideal for self-directed study or group instruction
-- Authored by nationally recognized experts in forensic nursing
-- Written for sexual assault examiners at every level of experience, from novice to advanced