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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners are specially trained nurses and nurse practitioners who fulfill the dual role of treating victims of sexual assault and collecting evidence for possible use in prosecuting the assault.
31, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Emergency Nurses Association congratulates the House of Representatives and Senate for including language in the National Defense Authorization Act that provides for the increased presence of sexual assault nurse examiners in the military to treat victims of sexual assault and ensure that forensic evidence is properly collected.
Sexual assault nurse examiners provide this continuity by offering the following services to any survivor who comes to the hospital within 72 hours of an assault:
He called for adding 100 new sexual assault nurse examiners to the attorney general's office to care for sexual assault victims and assist with evidence collection.
Advocating to expand shelters across the state and invest in services like Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), pediatric SANE and legal services.
The presentation covers the roles of advocacy, law enforcement, prosecution and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) and covers topics from first disclosure to voir dire.
As sexual abuse/assault investigations often involve the use of sexual assault nurse examiners and specialized equipment, even the larger facilities may not have the necessary resources to conduct forensic examinations.
perhaps time to encourage nursing staff to become qualified sexual assault nurse examiners to perform most of the examination'.
Salt Lake Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (Salt Lake City)--Providing medical care and collection of forensic evidence following sexual assault.
Contract awarded for to assist with the cost of examinations by sexual assault nurse examiners sane for female adolescent and adult victims of sexual assault who meet examination criteria regardless of police reporting status and to support the timely analysis of the evidence collected during these examinations.
Under Senate Bill 1191, any hospital with an emergency room must have physicians and nurses trained in a basic level of forensic evidence collection - a standard still less rigorous than that required for the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners that most primary care centers have.
329 Regulation of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners This bill did not progress.

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