Doctors for Sexual Abuse Care
Doctors for Sexual Abuse Care (DSAC) is a national organisation of doctors and nurses, formed in 1988, to develop and maintain standards of best practice in the delivery of medical and forensic services in the area of sexual assault/abuse.
DSAC provides education and training, and information about clinical service provision around the country.
Membership includes doctors and nurses with skills and experience from many disciplines working in the field of sexual assault care and forensic medicine. Associate membership is available to nurses contributing to and actively working in sexual assault/abuse management.
|Initial and Refresher Training||Dates||Details|
|Medical Assessment of Sexually Abused Children and Adolescents||tba||Read More|
|Medical/Forensic Management of Adult Sexual Assault||26 - 28 June 2015||Read More|
|Paediatric Training Course||31 October 2015||Read More|
|Medical Forensic Update and Case Practice/Review Meeting||30 October - 1 November 2015||Read More|
|International Speaker Seminars||Dates||Details|
|John Briere Ph.D - The Pain Paradox: Engagement, Acceptance, And Processing in a New Paradigm for Trauma Therapy||Auckland -
31 August 2015
2 September 2015
4 September 2015