Content includes: Male Sexual Abuse Trauma Training Manual:IntroductionDefinitions Male socialisation Mental health Legal aspects Secure environment Role of the nurse Forgotten victims Principles of practice Self-assessment The manual is divided into seven sessions and each session contains details of the accompanying experiential exercises. Session 1: Introduction to the training Session 2: Gender perceptions and gender stereotyping Session 3: Trauma, abuse and associated mental health issues Session 4: The role of the therapeutic relationship in the engagement of victims Session 5: Regime change Session 6: Case studies Session 7: Summation of training - next steps Male Sexual Abuse: DVD The DVD exposes its viewers to the issues and challenges faced by male victims of abuse and trauma. It is a 20-minute role-play entitled a victim's story and can be shown to staff, prisoners and patients alike. Its primary aim is to raise awareness of staff, prisoners and patients and develop an element of sensitivity to the issues. Its primary outcome is to facilitate safe management of disclosures and enable staff to make appropriate and timely referrals. Male Sexual Abuse: Interactive textbook The interactive textbook come in the form of a CD-rom is designed to build upon the DVD. It seeks to consolidate knowledge and deepen an awareness of male sexual abuse and trauma whilst providing a framework to explore some of the emerging issues in more depth. Vital information for: professionals working in mental health trusts, prisons and other institutional settings, practitioners and service providers; participants may include counsellors, prison officers, police officers, probation, psychologists and nurses, service users and carers.