The Tribal Forensic Healthcare project has 2 webinars coming up in February, both sexual assault case reviews. The pediatric one, Who Said What?!? Utilizing Case Presentations to Improve Pediatric Forensic Medical Evaluations, will be held February 3rd from 2-3:30pm ET. The adult session, Sexual Assault Examiner: Adult Case Review, will be held February 16th from 2-3:30pm ET. CEUs/CMEs will be available (although see the bolded note regarding intended audience for the peds webinar). Click through for details about both:
From the announcement:
Who Said What?!? Utilizing Case Presentations to Improve Pediatric Forensic Medical Evaluations
Pediatric forensic examinations can be intimidating. What would happen during an examination if you can’t see the rim of the hymen? Is what I’m seeing an injury or something else? Does injury always mean abuse? Are there tests to be done when abuse is suspected? This presentation will utilize case presentations to assist in answering these questions! The information is intended for novice forensic nurses.
Presenters: Emily Huggins, RN, BSN, MHA, CEN, SANE-A, SANE-P and Tracy Hunter,RN, BSN, SANE-A, SANE-P
Sexual Assault Examiner: Adult Case Review
A variety of sexual assault cases will be utilized for this webinar. Presenting signs and symptoms, patient histories, and clinical evaluation will be included and discussed
Presenter: Tara Henry, MSN, FNP‐C, SANE‐A, SANE‐P