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Multiple presenters including break-out topics. Fee: $125/day, $275/3 days for chapter members, $375/days for non-chapter members

5/21/2018 to 5/23/2018
When: Monday, May 21, 2018
7:30 AM
Where: Heidel House Resort
643 Illinois Ave
Green Lake, Wisconsin  54941
United States
Contact: Renee Wright/ Ambir Dorn

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Presenters: Multiple presenters including break-out topics: Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN Dan Craft Retired FBI – Inside the Criminal Mind Dr. Alicia Johnson Director of Women’s Center, UW-Oshkosh- Sexual Violence and College Sports Audrey Skwierawski Assistant Attorney General, Wisconsin DOJ- Testimony for the FNE Breakout Session Speakers and Topics: Kim Curran, DNP and Melissa Vesperman- Strangulation and Task Force Updates Alice Page and Doreen Goetsch – Elder Abuse Julie Button- Intimacy and Sexuality in Long Term Care Shawny Sena- BDSM: When Boundaries are broke Lynn Herge- Title IX Bev Miller Kelly- Megan Kelly Foundation: Sexual Abuse and Drug Addiction Childrens of Wisconsin- *2 Part Pediatric SANE review, CEU’s provided WI DOJ- Internet Crimes Against Children Nancy Yarbrough- 2 Sided Coin: His Perspective (Human Trafficking) Nathaniel Fores – Transgender 101 Nancy Yarbrough- When Your Girl Comes Back A Woman: Kitchen Table Conversations ( Human Trafficking)

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$125/day, $275/3 days for chapter members, $375/days for non-chapter members

The Helen Kelly Annual Forensic Conference is named after one of our leading pioneers of forensic work in Wisconsin. For more than 20 years, Helen J. Kelly was at the heart of caring for victims of sexual assault and has touched many lives in her career. She worked as a sexual assault nurse examiner at the Sexual Assault Treatment Center at Aurora Sinai Medical Center. She also helped train forensic nurses and others in the community, including students at the Medical College of Wisconsin and recruits at the Milwaukee Police Academy. Helen lost her battle with cancer in February of 2009. We find her spirit and devotion in all the amazing work we do today.

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