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Pediatric/Adolescent SANE/SAFE Training
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CEUs: 40 Fee: $200 Georgia Resident / $300 Out-of-State Resident Presenter: Deb Flowers, MSN, CPNP-PC, SANE-A, SANE-P

3/30/2020 to 4/3/2020
When: Monday, March 30, 2020
8:30 AM
Where: 911 Emergency Center
17245 US Highway 301
Statesboro, Georgia  30431
United States
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GNESA’s Pediatric SANE/SAFE Didactic Training Program Didactic Program Overview This program is designed for nurses or other medical personnel who are interested in providing forensic-medical assessments and care to pediatric victims of sexual assault. The 40 hour didactic portion is conducted over a 5 (8 hr) day period and attendance for the entire training is required to receive continuing education credit hours. This course is designed to provide registered nurses with a comprehensive education program consisting of: Assessment Examination Collection of forensic evidence Evaluation of pediatric sexual assault patients Requirements for attendance (Read all materials for specifics): Current Georgia RN license (or other licensure as appropriate) Proof of Adult/Adolescent SANE/SAFE completion (didactic and clinicals) if already completed (Completion of Adult/Adolescent SANE/SAFE training is not a prerequisite for Pediatric training; however, specific clinical requirements will vary based on previous training and experience.) Curriculum Overview: Multidisciplinary Team Concept Forensic Nursing Roles and Responsibilities of the Pediatric SANE Child Maltreatment Dynamics of Pediatric Sexual Assault/Abuse Pediatric Sexual Assault/Abuse Medical/Forensic Evaluation Evidence Evaluation – Role of the Forensic Scientist Nursing Management Criminal Justice System This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. **Deposit of $200 for GA residents and $300 for out of state residents is required at the time of registration. Late registrations will have an additional deposit of $50. Upon completion of all didactic and clinical portions of the training, the deposit (minus any applicable fees) will be refunded to GA residents only.** Deposit scholarships may be available upon request for those that would otherwise not be able to attend the training. Please contact GNESA for details. Deposit may be made via GNESA's PayPal account or money order. GNESA is not accepting personal checks at this time. Go online to for further information and registration link GNESA would like to thank Statesboro Regional Sexual Assault Center and Child Advocacy Center (The Teal House) for partnering with us on this training.

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