The purpose of the SANE/SAFE Forensic Workbook Series: Advanced-Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment is to provide an opportunity for health care providers to learn, improve, and demonstrate competency in sexual assault evaluations of adolescents and adults. This workbook answers a pressing need for educational tools devoted to enabling those who work with sexual assault patients to recognise and understand anatomy and injury in sexual assault cases. The Advanced- Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment can be used to document the competency of various health care providers, which include physicians and nurses from military, nursing, and medical schools. This is the ultimate self-study resource on sexual assault and is accredited through Saint Louis University's School of Medicine and School of Nursing to provide CME/CNE credit(s). Ten case studies help the student identify areas of weakness and strength, providing a roadmap for learning. Management will want to use Advanced-Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment as a tool to evaluate competency in adolescent and adult sexual assault care for performance standards and evaluations. The workbook contains critical thinking activities and photographic references. The Advanced-Level Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment will enhance learning for the novice and will also support the experienced examiner's skill set. Future workbooks will cover topics such as intimate partner violence, paediatric anatomy and sexual abuse, elder sexual assault, and more. All will be added to STM Learning's library in the near future as well.