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Table 4 Type of services utilized by assailant-survivor relationship type among women presenting to sexual assault treatment centres in Ontario

From: A comparison of intimate partner and other sexual assault survivors’ use of different types of specialized hospital-based violence services

Type of servicea Current/former intimate partner n = 117 (%) Other known assailant n = 391 (%) Stranger n = 111 (%) p value
Assessment and treatment of injuries 103 (88.0) 326 (83.4) 93 (83.8) 0.470
Medical care 87 (74.4) 282 (72.1) 76 (68.5) 0.605
STI prophylaxis 56 (47.9) 314 (80.3) 80 (72.1) <0.001
HIV PEP counselling 48 (41.0) 276 (70.6) 73 (65.8) <0.001
Pregnancy prophylaxis 43 (36.8) 225 (57.5) 58 (52.3) <0.001
Speculum examination 54 (46.2) 206 (52.7) 46 (41.4) 0.077
Anal examination 28 (23.9) 94 (24.0) 27 (24.3) 0.997
Sexual assault evidence kit 65 (55.6) 238 (60.9) 79 (71.2) 0.045
Photo documentation of injuries 35 (29.9) 53 (13.6) 13 (11.7) <0.001
Crisis counselling 80 (68.4) 250 (63.9) 79 (71.2) 0.308
Risk assessment 70 (59.8) 170 (43.5) 54 (48.6) 0.008
Safety planning 82 (70.1) 161 (41.2) 46 (41.4) <0.001
On-site follow-up care 92 (78.6) 306 (78.3) 93 (83.8) 0.438
Referral to community services 48 (41.0) 127 (32.5) 42 (37.8) 0.188
  1. Note: STI sexually transmitted infection, PEP post-exposure prophylaxis
  2. aCategories are not mutually exclusive