Quiz for a Cause

Knowledge IS power. Help address and eliminate the world’s most pressing health crises.

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2020

Interpersonal
Violence and
Sexual Assault

Every 73 seconds in the United States, an individual is sexually assaulted. Yet, only 5 out of every 1,000 perpetrators will be held accountable.

Every year in the United States alone, there are an estimated 433,000 victims of sexual violence. In their lifetime, 1 in every 3 women and 1 in every 8 men can expect to become victims of sexual violence, and only about 30% of these cases will ever be reported to law enforcement.

We know that victims of sexual violence utilize healthcare services at higher rates than non-victims, giving us a unique perspective and opportunity to identify, screen, and intervene, helping to prevent further physical and emotional trauma while encouraging victims to heal towards their best selves. Statistically speaking, regardless of your specialty or practice environment, you are likely see patients who are unrecognized or undislosed victims of sexual violence. Do you know how to screen for, identify, and respond to sexual violence when you see it?

At Rosh Review, we believe that knowledge is power and that education saves lives. That is why we are offering our Quiz for a Cause—a free question bank designed with one goal: to ensure you have the knowledge you need to save the lives of victims of sexual violence. The rest is up to you.

BECOME A HERO
In their lifetime, 1 in every 3 women and 1 in every 8 men can expect to become victims of sexual violence, and only about 30% of these cases will ever be reported to law enforcement.
– RAINN

2018

Human
Trafficking

Victims of human trafficking – about 24.9 million worldwide – are trapped in captivity, hidden in plain sight in the places we live, work, and patronize.

We know that many of these people will present for health services at least once while in captivity, giving us a rare opportunity to identify and intervene, preventing further physical and emotional trauma. Statistically speaking, you’ve probably seen patients who are unrecognized victims of sex or labor trafficking. Do you know how to screen for, identify, and respond to human trafficking when you see it?

At Rosh Review, we believe that knowledge is power and that education saves lives. That’s why we’re offering our Quiz for a Cause – a free question bank designed with one goal: to ensure you have the knowledge you need to save the lives of victims of human trafficking. The rest is up to you.

BECOME A HERO
“I passed out one day in the corn fields from the pesticide sprays and heat. The emergency department treated my medical problems, but never spoke to me in Spanish, and I left the hospital with my trafficker.”
– Labor trafficking survivor

Making a Difference

Rosh Review is grateful for our dedicated team whose passion and commitment made Quiz for a Cause possible. They are making a difference.

Amy Zeidan Amy Zeidan

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Sarah Michael, DO Sarah Michael, DO

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Hanni Stoklosa, MD Hanni Stoklosa, MD

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Katherine Thompson, PA-C Katherine Thompson, PA-C

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– Jane Goodall