Nursing: Forensic Healthcare Bundle: Responding to Patients Impacted by Violence
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This forensic video course bundle was developed by nationally recognized forensic nurse experts and provides an important foundation for all nurses who may care for victims of potential violence.  The included courses cover non-fatal strangulation, human trafficking, intimate partner violence and evidence collection for individuals who have been sexually assaulted.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Human Trafficking - Video Version 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021
     
    About the Course
    Human trafficking is a $150 billion per year business. This 2-hour video course focuses on the incidence and prevalence of human trafficking in the United States, including the $99 billion in profits from sex trafficking alone. Research has verified that there is a gap in knowledge for healthcare providers on issues relating to human trafficking, and this course addresses those concerns. 
  • Intimate Partner Violence - Video Version 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021
     
    About the Course
    Domestic violence is perpetrated by someone who is or was involved in an intimate relationship with the victim. In 2013, the United States first developed a national protocol to identify this type of violence as well as identification, treatment, and prevention methods. Today, that protocol has matured into best practices and standardization for IPV care throughout the U.S. It is currently estimated that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men have experienced some type of intimate partner violence. This in-depth video course explores the epidemiology, incidence and prevalence of IPV as well as best practice standards and state mandatory reporting requirements. 
     
  • Sexual Assault Response and Evidence Collection 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021

    About the Course
    Every 68 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted, and one in every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime. This video course describes those at risk for sexual assault as well as the legal requirements of health care professionals in identifying and reporting of assaults. The responsibilities, scope and techniques for evidence collection are detailed, and the rape kit is carefully reviewed as are the steps for evidence collection. A lot of important information is packed into this two-hour course, which is ideal for licensed health care providers who are required to assess and care for sexually assaulted individuals, but who are not credentialed as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE).
     
     
  • The Epidemic of Non-Fatal Strangulation 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021

    About the Course
    The literature reports little research in examining strangulation related to Intimate Partner Violence or Sexual Assault, yet clinically, so much more is being learned. This important forensic video course carefully presents the dynamics of non-fatal strangulation related to domestic and rape situations. This comprehensive 2-hour course presents the significance of the problem, clinical evaluation, diagnostic requirements, and ongoing care. 
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Forensic Healthcare Bundle: Responding to Patients Impacted by Violence

49.95
This forensic video course bundle was developed by nationally recognized forensic nurse experts and provides an important foundation for all nurses who may care for victims of potential violence.  The included courses cover non-fatal strangulation, human trafficking, intimate partner violence and evidence collection for individuals who have been sexually assaulted.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Human Trafficking - Video Version 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021
     
    About the Course
    Human trafficking is a $150 billion per year business. This 2-hour video course focuses on the incidence and prevalence of human trafficking in the United States, including the $99 billion in profits from sex trafficking alone. Research has verified that there is a gap in knowledge for healthcare providers on issues relating to human trafficking, and this course addresses those concerns. 
  • Intimate Partner Violence - Video Version 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021
     
    About the Course
    Domestic violence is perpetrated by someone who is or was involved in an intimate relationship with the victim. In 2013, the United States first developed a national protocol to identify this type of violence as well as identification, treatment, and prevention methods. Today, that protocol has matured into best practices and standardization for IPV care throughout the U.S. It is currently estimated that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men have experienced some type of intimate partner violence. This in-depth video course explores the epidemiology, incidence and prevalence of IPV as well as best practice standards and state mandatory reporting requirements. 
     
  • Sexual Assault Response and Evidence Collection 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021

    About the Course
    Every 68 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted, and one in every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime. This video course describes those at risk for sexual assault as well as the legal requirements of health care professionals in identifying and reporting of assaults. The responsibilities, scope and techniques for evidence collection are detailed, and the rape kit is carefully reviewed as are the steps for evidence collection. A lot of important information is packed into this two-hour course, which is ideal for licensed health care providers who are required to assess and care for sexually assaulted individuals, but who are not credentialed as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE).
     
     
  • The Epidemic of Non-Fatal Strangulation 2
    Course release date: 10/15/2021

    About the Course
    The literature reports little research in examining strangulation related to Intimate Partner Violence or Sexual Assault, yet clinically, so much more is being learned. This important forensic video course carefully presents the dynamics of non-fatal strangulation related to domestic and rape situations. This comprehensive 2-hour course presents the significance of the problem, clinical evaluation, diagnostic requirements, and ongoing care.