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    Stephanie Wade

    Providence Alaska Medical Center, Forensic Nursing Services of Providence
    Anchorage, AK

    272 Points

  2. Sheila Early
    Sheila Early

    British Columbia Institute of Technology
    Burnaby, BC

    212 Points

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    Lovette Robinson

    190 Points


Donna Moore, Lynda Tiefel, & Kathy Walker Recognized

Three Tallahassee SANE-A nurses were recognized with appreciation for exceptional service to victims of sexual assault. Donna Moore, RN, SANE-A, Lynda Tiefel, RN, SANE-A and Kathy Walker, RN, SANE-A recieved plaques during the “Our Community Responds... read more

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  • Ellen Johnson

    RE: orientation of new SANE/call time

    Posted in: Sexual Assault

    Hi Danielle, I feel your pain. Orientation is a challenge for all of us. I have 3 new SANEs starting this coming week also. All of these nurses have taken the 40 hour SANE course and have no clinical...

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    orientation of new SANE/call time

    Posted in: Sexual Assault

    I'm interested in hearing what others do to get new nurses trained and on their own. I currently have 3 nurses that started this ordeal 1 year ago and still have yet to complete the required time despite...

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    therapy dogs in SANE exam

    Posted in: Sexual Assault

    Our local safehouse was shut down and child forensic interviews are now being done at our local CASA (court appointed special advocates) building. The new interviewers are trained to use interview...

  • Heather McPike

    State SANE coordinators

    Posted in: Sexual Assault

    I am working with a couple of other SANEs in Arkansas in developing a State SANE coordinator position. Would love to have job descriptions from other states that already have this in place as well as...

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Amy Pollpeter