February 11-16, 2012
With National Trainer Diana Faugno, MSN, RN, CPN, SANE-A, SANE-P, FAAFS, DF-IAFN
Become trained in either Adult/Adolescent or both Adult/Adolescent and Pediatric Protocol.
Training DetailsCost for the Adult/Adolescent four-day training is $350.00.
Cost for the Adult/Adolescent and Pediatric Combined six-day training is $450.00.
This training will require homework to be completed prior to and during the training.
Prior to training, participants will need to review the Sexual Assault – Forensic & Clinical Management DVD practicum, provided by PAVSA in the cost of training.
The training will be held at Essentia Health Hermantown Clinic, Hermantown, MN.
To register for this training, please download the registration form and mail to:
PAVSA, Attn: Meghan Gantz, 32 E 1st Street, Suite 200, Duluth, MN 55802, or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions: Call Meghan Gantz or Cizzarie Schomberg at 218-726-1442
A block of rooms is reserved for a reduced rate at the downtown Duluth Radisson Hotel. Space is limited so make your arrangements soon by calling 218-727-1490.
About the Trainer…
A native of Minnesota, Diana Faugno graduated with a degree in Nursing from the University of North Dakota in 1973, and she received her Master’s in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. She is a Board Director of EVAW International, as well as a board member of California American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (CAPSAC). She is a fellow in the American Academy of Forensic Science, as well as a Distinguished Fellow in the International Association of Forensic Nurses. She has made numerous presentations to Sexual Assault Response Teams across the country as well as to scientific community assemblies such as the American Academy of Sci-ence and the EVAW International Conference. She provides trainings across the country to assist teams in development of staff on topics using curriculums and educational standards on various topics.
Ms. Faugno is the co-author of Color Atlas of Sexual Assault (Mosby Publications, 1997), the first book of its kind.
After this training, participants will be able to :
Describe the role and scope of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.
Demonstrate correct swabbing techniques using the evidence collection kit.
State the definitions of injuries including lacerations, abrasions, and bruises.
Identify adult, adolescent, and pre-pubescent genital anatomy using the correct terminology.
List 2-3 milestones that are specific to the growth and development of a pre-pubescent child.
Document examples of open-ended questions used in interviewing children.
State the roles and scope of work of the District Attorney and Law Enforcement in the multi-disciplinary team in dealing with child sexual assault.
Participant will also be able to discuss the differences in the roles relating to adult versus child sexual assault.