Responding to children and adolescents who have been sexually abused

WHO clinical guidelines

by Claudia Garcia-Moreno, Avni Amin, Megin Reijnders et al.
World Health Organization 2017

86 pp. 904 kB
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/259270/1/9789241550147-eng.pdf?ua=1

WHO has published these new clinical guidelines aimed at helping front-line health workers, primarily from low resource settings, in providing evidence-based, quality, trauma-informed care to survivors. The guidelines emphasize the importance of promoting safety, offering choices and respecting the wishes and autonomy of children and adolescents. They cover recommendations for post-rape care and mental health; and approaches to minimizing distress in the process of taking medical history, conducting examination and documenting findings.

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