Medical Treatment of Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence and Its Applicability to Victims of Human Trafficking. Endnotes

03/30/2010

[1] A more complete discussion of the physical and mental health consequences of human trafficking can be found in Clawson, H. J., Dutch, N. M., & Williamson, E. (2008). National symposium on the health needs of human trafficking: Background document. Washington, DC: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

[2] A complete list of screening questions can be found in Appendix B of Family Violence Prevention Fund. (1999, October). Preventing domestic violence: Clinical guidelines on routine screening. San Francisco, CA: Author.

[3] A complete list of screening questions can be found in American College of Emergency Physicians. (1999, June). Evaluation and management of the sexually assaulted or sexually abused patient. Dallas, TX: Author.

[4] According to the American College of Emergency Physicians (1999), this information should be recorded in the form of Tanner so that it is consistent and reproducible from one profession to another.

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