This booklet is a tool for healthcare providers to screen patients for sexual assault histories. It adapts the SAVE method from the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence and includes special considerations for immediate victims, comorbid conditions, pregnancy/gynecological care, patients with disabilities, males, adolescents and children.
Put Down the Chart, Pick Up the Questions: A Guide to Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence

This report presents findings from a survey of publicly operated forensic crime labs that perform DNA testing.
Survey of DNA Crime Laboratories, 2001

The seventh volume for this NSVRC publication! Featured inside: 10 Years of VAWA and Medical Screening in Rural Areas, Coalition Spotlight, and more . . .

Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder, Assessing Online Advocacy, RAINN & Online Hotline and more . . .

This guide provides information on the prevalence of sexual violence and HIV, types of available HIV testing and treatment, benefits and risks of such testing and treatment, victims’ possible fears surrounding HIV, sexual offender testing, and steps victim service professionals can take to meet the needs of sexual violence victims.

This report summarizes the sexual violence information found in the World Report on Violence and Health from the World Health Organization. It looks at prevalence and risk factors of sexual violence, as well as promising sexual prevention approaches from around the world.


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