Silva Sergenian on Helping Victims of Violent Crime

Zimmerman, Anne; Cohen, Jennifer

Jennifer Cohen interviews Silva Sergenian, MA, Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE), Program and Volunteer Coordinator, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. They discuss counseling and services for victims of violent crime, privacy, and communications in the context of helping victims and navigating the difficulties of the doctor-person relationship and the role of law in bioethics. Ethical considerations include alleviating the financial burdens victims face and cultural sensitivity.


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Voices in Bioethics
Voices in Bioethics: Podcast
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April 18, 2023


This episode's duration is: 39:24