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Physical Examinations of Sexual Assault Pocket Atlas, Vol. 2: Nonassault Variants and Normal Findings

Physical Examinations of Sexual Assault Pocket Atlas, Volume 2: Nonassault Variants and Normal Findings will help professionals involved in the investigation team discern the subtle differences between assault and nonassaultive findings with over 500 images as a visual aid. This pocket atlas is the second volume in a 2-volume set.

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Physical Examinations of Sexual Assault Pocket Atlas
Volume 2: Nonassault Variants and Normal Findings

Physical Examinations of Sexual Assault Pocket Atlas, Volume 2: Nonassault Variants and Normal Findings provides a quick and convenient visual reference for normal and nonassault findings in suspected survivors. This light-weight and pocket-sized photographic atlas includes more than 500 full-color exam photographs and corresponding case studies written by expert investigators.

While examining suspected sexual assault survivors, it is important that investigators be able to accurately assess  for findings indicative of assault and for otherwise normal findings. The difference between normal and assaultive findings may be subtle, and assessing for nonassaultive findings in cases of suspected sexual violence may be challenging. Readers in medicine, law enforcement, and any organizations affiliated with sexual assault investigations will benefit from an extensive and accessible visual catalog of normal physical findings.

Product Details:

Perfect Bound 9×6 inhes
232 pages, 555 images, 25 contributors

Audience:

Physicians, Emergency Physicians, Pediatricians, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners, Forensic Nurses, Emergency Nurses, Pediatric Nurses, Law Enforcement Personnel, Prosecutors, Social Workers, Child Protection Professionals, College and Medical Library Administrators

Publication date:

February 2016

ISBN-13:

978-1-936590-53-7 (Print)
978-1-936590-69-8 (eBook)

Table of Contents

Section I. Prepubertal
1. Neonate and Infant Sexual Abuse (0-3 Years Old)
2. Young Child Sexual Abuse (4-8 Years Old)
3. Preadolescent Sexual Abuse (9-12 Years Old)

Section II. Pubertal
4. Adolescent Sexual Abuse and Assault (13-17 Years Old)

Section III. Adult
5. Adult Sexual Assault (18-39 Years Old)
6. Middle-Aged and Elderly Sexual Assault (40 Years and Older)

Diana K. Faugno, MSN, RN, CPN, SANE-A, SANE-P, FAAFS, DF-IAFN

Diana Faugno, a Minnesota native, graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1973 with a degree in nursing and obtained an MSN in 2006. Her professional experience includes nursing in the Medical/Surgical, Labor and Delivery, Pediatrics, and Neonatal Intensive Care departments. Ms. Faugno obtained her certification in pediatric nursing in 1990, began a career as a sexual assault nurse examiner in 1991, and became a certified sexual assault nurse examiner in 2002. She is the former director of Forensic Health Services, which includes a child abuse program, sexual assault team, and a family violence program in North San Diego County. Currently, Ms. Faugno is a board director for End Violence Against Women International. She has made several presentations to the scientific community and has led workshops on sexual assault presented at the American Academy of Science.

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Mary J. Spencer, MD

Mary Spencer is medical director of the Child Abuse Program and the Sexual Abuse Response Team at Palomar-Pomerado Health in North San Diego County. She received her BA from the University of Colorado and MD from the University of California-Los Angeles. After medical school, Mary Spencer completed a residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at UCLA and worked as an assistant professor at the school until 1982. Currently, she is a clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of California-San Diego and has a private practice in pediatric and infectious disease medicine in Escondido.

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Angelo P. Giardino, MD, PhD

Angelo Giardino is the medical director of Texas Children’s Health Plan, a clinical associate professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, and an attending physician for the Texas Children’s Hospital’s forensic pediatrics service at the Children’s Assessment Center in Houston, Texas. Angelo Giardino completed his residency and fellowship training in pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Immediately after his fellowship training, Angelo Giardino became the assistant, and then the associate, medical director at Health Partners of Philadelphia, where he had primary responsibility for utilization management, intensive case management, and health care data analysis. He also shared responsibility for the plan’s quality improvement program. Additionally, he began the Child Abuse and Neglect Team for Children with Special Health Care Needs, which was funded by a three-year grant from a local philanthropy. In 1998, he was appointed associate chair of clinical operations in the Department of Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and in June of 1999 he was asked to chair the CHOP Quality Committee. These accomplishments are only a few of his career.

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