Pain reports during sexual assault forensic medial examinations: Implications for healthcare providers
Leslie W. Miles, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, and Julie Valentine, PhD, RN, CNE, SANE-A - College of Nursing, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA
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Valentine, Julie; Miles, Leslie W.This presentation provides information on DNA analysis findings of over 2,500 sexual assault kits and interdisciplinary policy and practice implications of findings for evidence collection and DNA analysis.
Relationships between victims and suspects of sexual assaults: Implications for prevention and advocacy Ray, Gaye L.; Valentine, Julie; Miles, Leslie W.Violence against women is of worldwide epidemic proportions. World Health Organization (2017) indicates 35% of women globally have experienced physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, most often by someone known to ...
Descriptive Study of 2,300 Sexual Assault Victims: Identifying Vulnerabilities to Promote Healthy Communities Miles, Leslie W. (2017-07-27)The purpose of this presentation is to share results from a nursing research study on demographic findings and rape crime factors of a retrospective study (cases from 2010 to 2014) of sexual assault victims (N = 2,350) in ...
Awe, Lauren; Anderson, ValerieProblem: Approximately 53 million American women have faced a form of violent sexual crime during their lives. Victims often report experiencing further trauma by a healthcare professional who does not have specialized ...
Sexual Assault Evidence Kits: Interprofessional Research on Submission Rates and Implications on Practice Valentine, Julie (2017-07-27)This presentation shares findings from an interprofessional research study linking forensic nurses and scientists in exploring the submission rates of sexual assault kits and their predicting variables, and the impact of ...