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FORENSIC NURSING

The Body as a Crime Scene
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Bite Marks
Child Abuse
Blunt Trauma
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Suicide
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Sharp Trauma
Gunshots
John R. McPhail
The Body as a Crime Scene
JCAHO STANDARDS
Forensics More than Death Investigation
Questions about Certification
What Is Forensic Nursing
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Nurses responsibility for  collection of evidence

Forensic nurses are specially trained to combine the forensic aspects of health care with practical nursing and apply that knowledge in the scientific death investigation of victims and/or perpetrators of violence, criminal activities, and traumatic accidents. The expertise of the forensic nurse is drawn from nursing science, forensic science, and criminal justice allowing them to better identify, collect, and document injuries and evidence.

CAUSE MANNER AND MECHANISMOF TRAUMATIC INJURY AND DEATH


The Body as a Crime Scene
An eight hour program researched and developed to address the critical training needs of forensic recognition of injury, documentation and protection of evidence when treating patients in all clinical areas.

The Course Will Cover:

Chain of Custody

Photography

Documentation

Suicide

Asphyxia

Burns

SIDS

Child Abuse

Domestic Abuse

Gun Shot Wounds

Elder Abuse

Sexual Assault

Bite Marks

Patterned Injury

Blunt Force Trauma

Sharp Force Trauma

(incisions) (stab wounds)

Explosions

Fast Trauma

Sudden Custody Death Syndrome


Programs can be designed to meet your needs on site and within your training
budget.
For future dates or to
schedule a program for your department.
forensic2005@comcast.net

Keynote or Topic Speaker for your Conference or Workshop.

Call 719-545-4325
E-mail forensic05@comcast.net

CLINICAL FORENSIC TEXT BOOK COMING SOON

THE BODY AS A CRIME SCENE

Forensic Nursing

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John R. McPhail RN PhD

Certification for Forensic Nurse