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Free SAFEta instructional webinars.

 

SAFEta Webinars

The Webinar Series is a collection of free instructional webinars that present information on a wide variety of National Protocol related topics including case review, specialized care for victims, and evidence collection. *NOTE: typically there are no nursing CEU's offered for the SAFEta webinars.  However,after completing an evaluation of the webinar, you are able to receive a certificate of attendance for attending the event. 

 

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SANE Program Expansion

There may come a time in the evolution of a SANE Program, where consideration is given to expanding forensic healthcare services offered to include a wider range of patient populations. Considering program expansion should be done in a measured process, to assure facility support, program staff support and community support.

 

            

Archived / On-Demand

November 2015

 

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Title IX for Forensic Nurses

Rebecca Leitman Veidlinger, Esq. will provide an introduction to Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments and discuss the impact that this can have for Forensic Nurses who may be called to participate in hearings related to campus sexual assault.

 

 

Archived / On-Demand

June 2015

 

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Human Trafficking: What every forensic nurse needs to know

Rachell A. Ekroos PhC APRN-BC AFN-BC will present a dynamic webinar on the medical screening, assessment interventions and referrals that are necessary for victims of human trafficking.

 

 

Archived / On-Demand 

April 2015


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Knowing your training is effective: IAFN's Online Adult/Adolescent SAFE Training and Clinical Program: Overview and Evaluation Findings

Debra Patterson, PhD and Jennifer Pierce Weeks, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P will present on the NIJ SAFE training that was done through 2011. This online training with a clinical skills lab was evaluated by Dr. Patterson. Results of this report will be discussed as well as some practical implications that this can have on your own training program.

 

    

Archived / On-Demand

February 2015


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PEP for prevention of HIV: When, Why & How

This educational program is designed for the clinicians and medical directors who prescribe treatment for post-sexual assault patients. The presenters will discuss: 1) What are nPEP antivirals and what are the different medication regimes clinicians can prescribe according to patient’s history of assault and pertinent medical history; 2) How to implement nPEP for post-sexual assault patients; and 3) Provide resources to assist patients in receiving the nPEP antivirals.

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2014


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National Protocol for Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations of Adults and Adolescents- 2nd Edition: Impacts on Policy and Practice

Sexual violence continues to plague our Nation and destroy lives.  All members of society are vulnerable to this crime, regardless of race, gender, ability or social standing.  When sexual assault does occur, victims deserve competent and compassionate care.  The second edition of the Attorney General's National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations provides detailed guidance for criminal justice and health care practitioners in responding to the immediate needs of sexual assault victims.    Since the Protocol was released in 2004, there have been many changes in science and practice.  The revised edition of the Protocol was designed as a guide for practitioners who respond to sexual assault. 


  Archived / On-Demand

2013


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Considerations in caring for patients with developmental and/or physical disabilities

Presented by Shirley Paceley and Nancy Smith, the goals of the training are three-fold: (1) to increase understanding of sexual violence against individuals with developmental and/or physical disabilities; (2) to gain an understanding of the specific needs and barriers to accessing supports and services survivors with disabilities face; (3) to learn strategies to create an accessible and welcoming experience for survivors with disabilities. 

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2013


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Sexual Assault in the Older Patient

This webinar will provide information on caring for the older patient who has experienced sexual violence.

  

  

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2013


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Considerations when caring for military victims of sexual assault

This webinar will provide information essential for those who work with patients who are in the military.

  

  

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2013


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Ethical and Effective Testimony

Presented by Dr. Jenifer Markowitz and Jennifer Gentile Long, Esq., this webinar will offer education on the purpose and limits of medical testimony; the importance of defense testimony, and; how to provide ethical, evidence-based testimony.

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2012


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Sexual Abuse Behind Bars: Caring for Incarcerated Victims

Presented by Linda McFarlane, the Executive Director of Just Detention International. This webinar addresses the unique dynamics that victims in detention settings face when caring for the needs of those who are incarcerated.

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2011


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Transgender Survivors: Statistics, Stories, and Strategies for Providers

Presented by Michael Munson and Loree Cook-Daniels from FORGE, this webinar offers an opportunity to expand your transgender vocabulary and conceptual framework(s), specifically in how to apply this to transgender sexual assault, domestic violence, and/or hate violence survivors.

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2011


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Adolescent Issues: Consent, Confidentiality and Other Considerations

Presented by Jessica Mindlin from the Victims Rights Law Center, this webinar offered education and practical solutions to clinicians who are challenged by adolescent issues.

  

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2011


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SART Case Review

Presented by Dr. Linda Ledray, this webinar presented practical solutions for Sexual Assault Response Teams looking for resources to create a case review process.

  

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2010


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Peer Review for SANE Programs

Presented by Sue Rotolo, PhD, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P, CFN and Lisa Gorham, BSN, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P, CFN. The National Protocol for Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations encourages the use of peer review to assure high quality responses from healthcare professionals.

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2010


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Timing Considerations for Evidence Collection

Presented by Jack Ballantyne, Ph.D. and Pam Marshall, M.S.

 

 

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2010


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Victim Privacy

Presented by Susan Chasson, J.D., MSN, SANE-A and Jessica Mindlin, Esq. The webinar offered practical solutions to difficult situations around privacy, confidentiality and consent.

 

  Archived / On-Demand

2010


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Archived / On-Demand

2010


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Archived / On-Demand

2010


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