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Forensic Nursing Education Guidelines

Purpose

Education guidelines serve as a standardized body of knowledge for a specific area of nursing practice. They specify the minimum level of instruction required to ensure competent practice. Practitioners, teachers, and other leaders in the forensic nursing profession have developed, reviewed, and endorse the following forensic nursing education guidelines.

Access

Complimentary, downloadable copies are offered below. Please note that your state/province/country may have specific training requirements.  Always check with your local Board of Nursing to ensure your training meets their requirements.

 

Components

Education Guidelines serve to:

  • define the patient population;
  • establish a minimum duration of instruction;
  • include recommendations for trainers or educators;
  • set forth a detailed content outline; and
  • specify recommendations for clinical preceptorship (if any).
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