DNA Evidence Collection in Groping Sexual Assault Cases: Practice Implications for SANEs
This webinar will be presented by Julie Valentine, PhD, RN, CNE, SANE-A, an Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University (BYU) College of Nursing and a Certified Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse with Wasatch Forensic Nurses. Her clinical specialty and research focus areas are sexual violence, intimate partner violence, violence against women, and criminal justice system response to sexual violence. Dr. Valentine focuses on multidisciplinary, collaborative research studies uniting disciplines in sexual assault case reform to benefit victims and case processing.
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