Where: The Jockey Club 3700 Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV. 89109
Meet the Faculty
Diana Faugno MSN, RN, CPN, SANE-A, SANE-P, FAAFS, DF-IAFN
Valerie A. Sievers MSN, RN, CNS, SANE-A, SANE-P
Angelia Clark (Zinsli Morris) Trujillo, DNP, MSN, WHNP-BC, SANE-P
Dr. Jennifer L. Johnson, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC, AFN-BC, SANE-A, SANE-P
Hosted by SDFI-TeleMedicine LLC
For $349 This package includes…
14 CEU's For this one day and ½ Live Course : Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 15641, for 14 contact hours.
4.8 ANCC or 6.25 AMA CEU’s For Your Online Course "Photography And Forensic Exam Techniques With Anogenital Assessment"
Day 1 : Tuesday, October 2nd
12:00pm-2:30PM – class
2:30pm-2:45pm - Coffee and Tea Break
2:45pm-4:30pm - Class
4:30pm-4:45pm - Coffee and Tea Break
4:45pm-6:00pm - Class
6:00-7:30 – Hor Devours, Wine & Beer Meet and Greet Reception by the Pool
Day 2: Wednesday, October 3rd
7:00am –8:00am Networking Continental Breakfast
8am-9:30am – Class
9:30am-9:45am - Coffee and Tea Break
9:45-12pm – Class
12:00pm - 1:15pm – Networking Lunch Buffet
1:15pm-3:00 - Class
3:00pm-3:15 – Coffee and Tea Break
3:15-6pm – Class
Day 1: Objectives And More
PURPOSE: To provide current, comprehensive forensic education including competencies, clinical reasoning and exposure to marketing strategies that can propel expansion of forensic practice for experienced Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner teams.
Faculty: Val & Diana
Day one: Making the case for expanded forensic healthcare & essentials of the non-fatal strangulation examination
This presentation will identify opportunities and rationale to consider in evolving the role of the experienced SANE to expanding clinical practice to patient populations with additional forensic health care needs. Considering the co-occurrence of physical & sexual violence, a response to those affected by IPV is a logical progression. With emerging research and focus on the occurrence of strangulation within intimate partner relationships, additional information on this lethal form of trauma will be included.
Because 80% of all strangulation patients will have no visible trauma, it is important to consider evidence collection and treatment in any case suspicious for strangulation. It is important that participants understand the variables in strangulation and why some patients will have visible physical findings or symptoms and others may not. The key is documentation based on the history and the head to toe examination. Updated tools and equipment will be available to demonstrate the proper documentation of this examination as well as allowing interactive practice for participants.
- Identify clinical & community opportunities for expanding forensic nursing practice.
- Discuss the rationale for identifying intimate partner violence (IPV) in patient populations.
- Identify available assessment/screening tools for family violence & IPV
- Discuss the incidence and prevalence of non-fatal strangulation in survivors of sexual assault and IPV.
- Critically analyze the physical & physiologic effects of strangulation.
- Describe recommended courses of treatment and care for patients with a history of strangulation
- Demonstrate photographic and written documentation tools to utilize in cases of non-fatal strangulation.
Day 2: PURPOSE: To provide current, comprehensive forensic education including competencies, clinical reasoning and exposure to marketing strategies that can propel expansion of forensic practice for experienced Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner teams.
Faculty: Jen & Angelia
This presentation will provide information to facilitate forensic practice and growth by expanding sexual assault care from a silo practice to comprehensive forensic care of victims across the lifespan. This process incorporates community assessment, community readiness activities, with the construction a business plan to support growth and program expansion. The comprehensive forensic program is designed to provide quality care by specially trained professionals who can effectively treat and care for patients affected by all types of violence. This presentation aims to provide agencies and communities with skills necessary to develop a comprehensive forensic program provides community specific, individualized care tailored to the needs of each patient/victim by providing consistent, comprehensive, competent and compassionate care to aid in effectively breaking the cycles of violence.
1) Identify and assess current crime statistics to gain insight to potential forensic patient growth.
2) Analyze billing and coding processes that can support reimbursement of forensic nursing services.
3) Formulate a community assessment for the readiness and support of increasing forensic nursing services to patients impacted by violence
Registration Opens February 1st, 2018
Health Professionals will need their license number in order to receive a certificate.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
If you need to cancel, you may receive a refund of $180 until Midnight June 30th, 2018. After July 1st, 2018, no refunds. All sales are final.
Travel and Lodging not included.