Course Dates: Saturday and Sunday 0800-1700
February 23 and 24, 2019
Have you taken the 40-hour SANE course but still need experience performing medical forensic exams for adult/adolescent sexual assault patients? If so, this 16-hour IAFN Clinical Skills Lab is for you.
This 16-hour Clinical Skills Lab will provide the nurse hands-on Sexual Assault Examination training with live models. The Skills lab includes training and practice on pelvic speculum insertion, obtaining a medicolegal history, evidence collection and handling, anoscopy, and photography. The Skills Lab will provide training and practice with developing a plan of care, discharge/safety planning, and risk assessment for STI’s, pregnancy, and HIV with discussions regarding options for prophylaxis of each. This Clinical Skills Lab is …
The March MN IAFN Education will focus on Improving the SANE response for our Hmong patients. PaHoua from SOS and the Hmong American Partnership will discuss Hmong culture, IPV and sexual assault in the Hmong community and tips for the medical forensic exam. Linda Walther will review a Hmong case study.
Free to MN IAFN Members – $10 for non-members and free to advocates
Optional – attend the meeting by Zoom – RSVP and indicate you will be attending by Zoom and we will send a link
Education Event will be recorded and available by request at email@example.com
8 am – 5:30 pm (Monday – Friday)
Registration Fee: $250
Fee includes the training, flash drive with reference materials and handouts.
All handouts will be available online at least one week before the training to download and print or bring on a laptop …
The Strangulation Toolkit provides the forensic nurse with detailed guidance on assessment techniques, documentation, and evidence collection for this patient population. This toolkit also provides documents such as discharge instructions and sample policies that can be adjusted to best suit your institution and your forensic practice.
Star Tribune report – Denied Justice
When rape is reported and nothing happens:
How Minnesota’s criminal justice system has failed victims of sexual assault
View the nine-part series as it appeared in print, beginning with a special section on July 22 and continuing through the final installment on Dec. 30, 2018.