State Level FNE Opportunities
Are you looking for a way to build your FNE practice? Meet other FNEs in the state? Diversify your forensic experience? Earn CEs for certification renewal?
As part of the evaluation and ongoing enhancement of the SANE Program, DOJ-OCVS is looking for forensic nurses to share their passion and expertise with new SANEs across the state. There are two opportunities:
- SANE Faculty: This contracted, paid position will be responsible for teaching Registered Nurses who are interesting in being trained as SANEs, in our 40 hour SANE-A and SANE-P Seminars. You will be teaching on subjects such as: evidence collection procedures, injury identification, sexually transmitted infections/treatment, strangulation, and other topics. These are conducted in a classroom and/or simulated lab setting at various locations across the state. You will be interacting and co-presenting with other interdisciplinary members such as prosecutors, advocates, therapists, forensic scientists and law enforcement. Classes are held 4 times/year in Racine, Weston, Appleton and LaCrosse. Details can be found on the attached job description. If interested, please submit materials with the subject line SANE Faculty Application to Susan Kanack at email@example.com by July 12, 2020
- Curriculum Advisory Committee: This volunteer position will be responsible for reviewing and providing subject matter expertise into the DOJ forensic nurse curriculum (SANE-A/SANE-P), to assure that the content is evidence-based, meets IAFN educational standards, and is of the highest clinical quality and accuracy. Requirements include being available for meetings (e-mail/videoconference), responding to e-mails in a timely fashion, providing direct input into educational materials. Committee members must also be comfortable with their name and credentials being published on both internal and external Wisconsin Department of Justice materials. If interested, please email Susan Kanack at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 30, 2020