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Sexual assault ER visits rose before pandemic, dropped as it began


Researchers attributed the increase to potentially higher levels of stress in society as the world watched the pandemic deepen and spread around the globe.

A recent study out of the University of Ottawa showed a “drastic drop” in sexual assault victims presenting to emergency departments after public health measures were put in place to curtail the pandemic.

Looking at data from nearly 200 emergency departments (ED) across Ontario from 2019 to 2021, researchers Dr. Katherine Muldoon and Dr. Kari Sampsel recorded a 50 to 60 per cent drop in survivors heading to the ED for sexual assaults once public health measures such as lockdowns were put in place starting early 2020.

“We were looking at how the patterns have evolved over time during the pandemic. And one that was very surprising and unexpected to us is, in the two months were leading up to the pandemic, around January and February 2020, there was an unusual increase in people are presenting to emergency departments,” said Muldoon on The Sam Laprade Show. “This time of year is typically a low point. So, this was unusual.”

Researchers attributed the increase to potentially higher levels of stress in society as the world watched the pandemic deepen and spread around the globe.

Even more significant to Muldoon, however, was the precipitous drop in survivors presenting to EDs. 

“We felt like this is an important indicator about how much protocols impact sexual assault. And that example, when it decreased so much, is showing how protocols when you’re enforcing them can really influence access to care,” said Muldoon.

Muldoon and Sampsel don’t believe the number of sexual assaults decreased once lockdowns were implemented. In fact, when restrictions eased as the spread of the virus slowed down during summer months, ED visits for sexual assault went up again.

The researchers hope the data will show how important it is to consider sexual violence when implementing protocols in the future, ensuring survivors always have access to the urgent care they require.

Communication is also key. Survivors need to know where and how they can access care, according to Muldoon.

Listen to the entire interview with Dr. Katherine Muldoon on The Sam Laprade Show below.





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