The National TeleNursing Center: Transforming Care for Sexual Assault Patients, Providers and Communities

IAFN has a webinar coming up, The National TeleNursing Center: Transforming Care for Sexual Assault Patients, Providers, and Communities. The session will be held September 5th at 1pm ET. It’s free for IAFN members and includes 1.5 CEUs ($35 non-members).  From the site:

Join us to learn how the National TeleNursing Center (NTC) piloted the use of Video Conferencing Technology (VCT) to support SANE/SAFE and emergency department clinicians caring for sexual assault patients across 3 states with diverse communities (tribal, rural, Military). Presenters will discuss the NTC teleSANE practice model based on Duffy’s Quality Care Framework. In addition, presenters will discuss evaluation findings from this 5-year pilot project in relation to its impact on patients, clinicians, and the broader community. Presenters will share important lessons learned that can help other agencies looking to implement this innovative teleSANE practice model to increase access to SANE/SAFE expertise.

Register here.

 

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