Find out about the specialist sexual assault medical service (SAATS) available in NZ
Find your nearest sexual assault medical service (SAATS)
Find SAATS team members
Find out about the secure national database that holds de-identified case information collected by SAATS Services
Access the MEDSAC Manual (includes Non-Fatal Strangulation), Journal Club, Newsletter and Family Violence resources
For the Medical Management of Sexual Assault (includes Non-Fatal Strangulation)
MEDSAC Newsletter and Journal Club
Videos, interviews and hard copy resources
Expert Advice Forum
Resources to help write Formal Statements
COVID-19 advice for SAATS Services
Sexual assault medical forensic training, recognition & response to family violence and international speaker programmes
Upcoming training/education events
NFSS education options for clinicians
Supporting continuing education for MEDSAC Members
Membership is available to a range of professionals (clinical and non-clinical) involved in the response to sexual violence, family violence and non-fatal strangulation
Distinct types of membership are available and provide varying benefits depending on your professional role and level of involvement in clinical practice, MEDSAC training and accreditation status.
a) This rule applies to all members
b) Upon being satisfied about those matters, and entirely at the discretion of the Board, the candidate's membership application may be accepted.
Paediatricians must hold a current FRACP qualification, equivalent international postgraduate medical qualification, or be a registrar in paediatrics.