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Mar
13
9:00 AM09:00

March 13, 2019- Forensic Nurse Testimony Training

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This course is designed to provide forensic and emergency department nurses with a better understanding of the court process.  Nurses will gain practice in courtroom testimony, and will increase understanding about their role in testimony.  This course is ideal for nurses who have never testified, or have only done so a handful of times and those who simply wish to increase their confidence in courtroom.  Training will be facilitated by the Lake County Prosecutor’s Office, and the keynote will feature Nadia Wardrip, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney assigned to the Lake County Felony Division Special Victims Unit.    

Lunch will be included.

Nursing CEUs pending through Franciscan Health. 

Out of town accommations are available at Hampton Inn Merrillville for the group rate of $104/night.  Reserve by February 19, 2019 and mention reservation code FNC.  Lodging reservations may be made via telephone at (219)736-7600 or online-click to access link.

If you need to pay by check, please only complete Part I of the registration form and click submit. It will then generate an invoice or email for you to print and mail with your check. Checks are payable to Indiana ENA and should be mailed to: Indiana ENA 14889 Dennison Dr. Fishers, IN 46037. Checks MUST BE RECEIVED by March 4th!

For more information, contact Michelle Resendez.

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Nov
6
to Nov 10

November 6-10, 2017- Core 40 Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Training

Hosted by ICESA, this training is for Victim Advocates who work with victims of sexual assault through Rape Crisis Centers or Dual Service providers.  

The CORE 40 is a FREE Sexual Assault Victim Advocate training designed primarily for sexual assault advocates who are staff or volunteers working with victims of sexual assault through Rape Crisis Centers or Dual Service Providers. The training topics are standardized with suggested teaching points that allow for consistency throughout the field. This training offers the necessary "core" or basic knowledge and skills to provide competent and effective crisis intervention services to victims.

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Aug
2
to Aug 3

August 2-3, 2017-Fatality Review & Community Informed Risk Assessment: Implications for the Violence Reduction Network

  • Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us for a free 1.5 day national conference as presenters share the latest research findings and practical developments in the field of domestic violence fatality review and community informed risk assessment. You will learn strategies to build social connectivity between criminal justice agencies and stakeholders. You'll also have the opportunity to develop collaborative relationships that will enhance your work within the criminal justice system. Together with national experts you will explore the implications and implementation of domestic violence risk assessment. This includes hearing survivors’ perspectives on the benefits and concerns regarding risk assessments. Finally, you'll have the opportunity to put what you've learned to use by participating in hands-on mock review cases.

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May
26
8:00 AM08:00

May 26, 2017- Impact of Trauma on Health and Academic Achievement

This one day seminar is hosted by University of Indianapolis and the Metropolitan Indianapolis Central Indiana Area Health Education Center.  

Students, educators, health professionals, and everyone in between, join us on May 26 to learn more about a phenomenon affecting a majority of people - trauma. Explore the impact of trauma on health and academic achievement AND where we go from here given what we know now.

The day will include...

  • Eye opening revelations from keynote speakers and esteemed experts in the field, Dr. Vincent Felitti and Dr. Jeanie Tietjen. 
  • A variety of powerful breakout session
  • Explore strategies for combating the impact of trauma
  • Learn skills to enhance education and health outcomes
  • And, a special self-care treat for caregivers (lay to professionals) about handling compassion fatigue due to exposure to secondary trauma for those for whom you care/educate.

For decades, it has been common practice to address challenges around race and income as a means to improve education and health outcomes. Yet, new methods also include addressing trauma in order to influence outcomes. We invite you to join forces with us to help ensure academic achievement and improved health for the generations to come.

Event CEU status ...
Total Event Duration: 6.75 hours
Total Available Contact Hours: 4.75

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May
22
to May 26

May 22-26, 2017- Core 40 Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Training

Hosted by ICESA, this training is for Victim Advocates who work with victims of sexual assault through Rape Crisis Centers or Dual Service providers. 

The CORE 40 is a FREE Sexual Assault Victim Advocate training designed primarily for sexual assault advocates who are staff or volunteers working with victims of sexual assault through Rape Crisis Centers or Dual Service Providers. The training topics are standardized with suggested teaching points that allow for consistency throughout the field. This training offers the necessary "core" or basic knowledge and skills to provide competent and effective crisis intervention services to victims.
 

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May
19
7:00 AM07:00

May 19, 2017- 2017 HIV/STD Update: Advances in Care & Prevention

2017 HIV/STD Update: Advances in Care & Prevention.  
The 2017 HIV/STD Update is a collaboration of the Indiana University School of Medicine, the Marion County Public Health Department’s Bell Flower Clinic, the New York City STD/HIV Prevention Training Center and the Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center (MATEC) Indiana – a program of Eskenazi Health. 

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May
18
10:30 AM10:30

May 18, 2017- 4th Annual NCI AHEC Veterans Mental Health Summit

4th Annual North Central Indiana Area Health Education Center's Veterans Mental Health Summit will be held on Thursday, May 18, 2017.  
This event is free and open to the public. 

Attendees should include Healthcare Providers, Mental Health Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Pre-Hospital Providers, Students and Employers.

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May
2
2:00 PM14:00

May 2, 2017- Informed Consent for Sexual Assault Examinations: It's More Than a Signature, it's a Process

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.

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