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November 2004

The Effectiveness of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Programs

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This paper describes SANE programs in the US, and presents current research on their effectiveness in 3 areas: providing care in an empowering setting, improving the quality of forensic evidence collection, and increasing prosecution rates.
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Research Proposal Application and Evaluation Forms

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The Research Proposal Application Form can be completed by the researcher and includes detailed instructions and general policies.& The Research Proposal Evaluation Form can be used internally by the organization to evaluate the proposal.
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Mental Health Services for Rape Survivors: Current Issues in Therapeutic Practice

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It reports on current research suggesting that victims experience a variety of negative mental health effects from sexual assault, including post-traumatic stress symptoms. It describes how rape survivors may struggle with how family and friends are reacting to the assault and may have to cope with secondary victimization experiences they encounter in some post-rape help seeking. It highlights a wide variety of issues rape survivors may present in therapy.