The Child Abuse Atlas contains cases and images that illustrate 150 topics in Child & Adolescent Sexual Abuse (many of them from John McCann and David Kerns, the authors of “The Anatomy of Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse”).

The Atlas helps build skills to recognize, understand and communicate the anatomical issues surrounding Child & Adolescent Sexual Abuse.

The Atlas includes access to the Child Abuse Evidence database, which provides access to the best available publications in child abuse & neglect, and to 2,000+ full text review articles from The Quarterly Update. These publications are linked to relevant cases, so users have easy access to relevant research information.

The Atlas contains well over 1,500 images and 600 actual cases are used to illustrate 150 topics. Every topic includes cases depicting Normal Anatomy, Congenital and Developmental Variations, Trauma and Non-traumatic findings. Current categories include:

  • Female Genital Anatomy
  • Male Genital Anatomy
  • Anal/Perianal Anatomy
  • Related Trauma Findings
  • Infectious Anal/Genital Findings

Over two dozen video animations help visualize the healing process.

With the My Case Reviews functionality users can create their own cases and share them with colleagues for comment or review, even outside your own institution.

Atlas subscribers also have access to our Child Abuse Evidence database which provides easy and reliable access to high-quality, current and evidence-based publications in child abuse & neglect.

The database includes 2,000+ full text review articles from The Quarterly Update. This one-of-a-kind journal reviews recent peer-reviewed articles in the medical literature on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Well-known subject matter experts address the validity and significance of an article and how it relates to previously published research and clinical experience.

FREE ADOPTION PROGRAM: “Adopt a Colleague”

If you subscribe to the Atlas and work with someone in a country that is considered by the International Monetary Fund to be a developing economy, we will grant them FREE access to the Child Abuse Atlas and the Child Abuse Library, no strings attached. We’re committed to this cause and want to help you change the world for the better.

No strings attached means no strings attached. As long as you subscribe to the Atlas, we’ll maintain their access for FREE. We’re counting on you to continue to mentor and support your colleague and to let us know if there’s more we can do to help.

Getting started is easy. Simply email us! We’ll be happy to get you set up.

It’s our way of saying “thank you for everything you do.”

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