Sexual assault victims must provide informed consent for a medical forensic exam. Although the concept of informed consent is a term that healthcare providers are very familiar with, there are additional legal implications associated with consent for the exam that providers need to understand. Victims need relevant information on the impact of participating in or declining each component of the exam.
Ongoing Education - Online Courses or Archived Webinars
Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program - Sigma Theta Tau
Alcohol and Sexual Assault - Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault
Campus Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTS) - Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault
Title IX and Clery Act - Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault Teaching Children About Consent- Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Training
Classroom: USI/Southwest Indiana Area Health Coalition Evansville, IN March 5-9, 2018
Marion County Center of Hope Indianapolis, IN March 9-May 4, 2018
Marion County Center of Hope Indianapolis, IN August 3-October 5, 2018
Clinical: No upcoming course information available.
Classroom: No upcoming course information available.