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SANE Trainings

Have questions?
Want to learn more?
Email Christina Presenti or call 603-224-8893, ext. 306

2015 Training Schedule  

If you would like to add your name to our list serve email christina@nhcadsv.org and you’ll receive up to date information on trainings and resources right to your email!

Adult/Adolescent SANE Training
April 6, 7 (Monday and Tuesday) and April  15-17 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) followed by the Mandatory Clinical Skills Lab on Saturday, April 18)

The adult/adolescent SANE  training consists of 40 hours of training, 40 hours of didactic training followed by 8 hours of clinical training. Participants must be present for both segments.
See applications below. Registration is forthcoming


Pediatric SANE Training 
May 28, 29 (Thursday and Friday) and June 9-11 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
The adult/adolescent SANE  training consists of 40 hours of didactic training. Participants must be present for the full duration of the training.
See applications below. Registration is forthcoming. 

Clinical Competancy Training
June 27, 2015 9:00am-5:00pm 
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

Test Prep for IAFN Certification Exam 
September 11, 2015 9:00am-5:00pm ?

IAFN Certificate Exam Test Prep
September 22, 2015 9:00am-5:00pm 

A Fall Adult or Pediatric SANE Training (TBD) will be held November 9-14
See application below. Registration is forthcoming

Quarterly Review Days

March 24th – Tuesday 
June 24th – Wednesday 
September 22nd - Tuesday
December 1st – Tuesday

Trainings on demand: 

Clinical Care of the Sexual Assault Patient 
This training is available for Medical Communities including EMS, Nurses, registration and intake as well as anyone who regularly interacts with sexual assault patients in a medical setting including Advocates, Law Enforcement, and special interest groups. 
Objectives for this training include: 

  • Recognizing the complex immediate and long term health needs of the sexual assault patient. 
  • Illustrating the sexual assault nurse examiner’s role in providing comprehensive care to the sexually assaulted patient.

Clinical Skills Training
This training is regularly scheduled with Adult/Adolescent and Pediatric SANE trainings and can be provided by request to hospitals with current SANE Nurses.

Please submit topics or presenters you’d like to hear more about. Registrations are forthcoming.

Conferences:
Shield our Children Conference, April 9th, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Attorney General’s Annual Child Abuse and Neglect Conference, June 3rd -5th
2015 International Conference on Forensic Nursing Science and Practice, October 28-31, 2015. Orlando, Florida

We are dedicated to providing the highest quality victim services and believe that sharing education and resources is a crucial step along that path. The majority of our SANE trainings are open to all nurses, in-state, out-of-state, SANE and non-SANE to encourage consistent, trauma-informed responses to victims of sexual assault. If you are interested in learning more about being, becoming, working with, or supporting a SANE or if you just want to learn more come to a training to expand your knowledge and network with NH’s dedicated SANE community. 

Successful completion of all SANE Program trainings requires that you attend the entire training, sign the attendance sheet, and complete an evaluation. Contact hours will be awarded once all of these requirements are met. 

Registration for all quarterly review days is required because space is limited.  If you do not have the opportunity to register prior to an event please contact Christina Presenti (contact information below) at least 24 hours prior to the training to ensure that space is available.

NHCADSV is an approved provider unit of continuing nursing education by the Northeast Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

If you are interested in hosting any regularly scheduled SANE trainings please contact Christina. We are constantly looking to diversify our training locations. 

For more information contact:

Christina Presenti, Training and Programs Coordinator, christina@nhcadsv.org603-224-8893, ext. 306

APPLICATIONS:

SANE Applications for Nurses
SANE Applications for Non-Nurse Medical Providers
Sane Application for Non-Medical Professionals

 

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