Welcome to the Connecticut State Chapter


Stolen Lives

An Interprofessional Response to Human Trafficking

Thursday evening and Friday day 

May 29-30, 2014

Quinnipiac Univerity 

to review the agenda and to register visit www.quinnipiac.edu/nursing/human-trafficking.

For registration questions, please contact Laura Cruz at laura.cruz@quinnipiac.edu.

What is Forensic Nursing

Forensic Nurses specialize in caring for victims and perpetrators of violence. They care for the physical, psychological, and social trauma that occurs in patients who have been assaulted or abused. Forensic nurses also have a specialized knowledge of the legal system and collect evidence, provide medical testimony in court, and provide consultation to legal authorities. To learn more about Forensic Nursing, please visit the IAFN website.

Connecticut State Chapter

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  • For updates on SANE nursing in Connecticut please refer to the New Item tab for updates on SANE nursing in Connecticut and please refer to the Events and Education tab for information on the Gail Burns-Smith program

    Join the Chapter

    For those who are already IAFN members, please contact the home office if you would like Connecticut to be your chapter.  

    Anyone interested in becoming a member contact IAFN home office or minnielson@comcast.net President of the Connecticut chapter.

    Membership in the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) is required to join a chapter. Become an IAFN member



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