Backed by Extensive Research
met parameters to TeleSANE consultation with 91% accepting telehealth consultation
rated their sexual assault care as “excellent” or “very good” with the SAFE-T System program in place
Completed SANE-A Training
and 52 additional nurses completed a clinical skills practicum with the help of SAFE-T System
Source: Miyamoto et al. (2021), “The Sexual Assault Forensic Examination Telehealth (SAFE-T) Systems: Program Evaluation”
SAFE-T Center: Foundational Research
Formed in 2017 within the Penn State Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing, the SAFE-T Center serves as the research and evaluation component of the SAFE-T System. Over the last decade, SAFE-T researchers have worked to understand the experiences of sexual assault survivors and how best to deliver care that optimizes healing and recovery. This research is central to SAFE-T System’s telehealth model, enabling partner sites to leverage SAFE-T’s expertise and provide the highest standard of care.