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Regional SANE Resources

Cathy Duchow-Cross, RN, MSN, FNP-BC

Burlington/Lakeland (414) 531-2228

 

Belinda Boyle RN, MSN

Milwaukee (414) 219-5555

 

Allison Scholtz, RN

MADISON (608.417.5916)

 

MELISSA VESPERMAN RN, SANE-A

River Falls (715) 425-6443

 

DANA STUEBER RN, BSN, SANE-A, SANE-P

GREEN BAY (920) 433-8181

 

DEANNA GRUNDL RN, SANE

Sheboygan (920) 451-5553

 

 

Madison (608) 417-5916

 

Tiffany Bartz, BSN, RN, SANE

La Crosse (608) 775-3128

 

Jamie Counsell-Barker, RN

JANESVILLE (608) 756-6611

 

BRENDA DOOLITTLE, BSN, SANE-A

oSHKOSH (920) 456-7400

 

TRACY FREMMING, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P

WESTON (715) 393-2950

 

Recent News

Forensic Nurse Newsletter Now Available!

3.6.20

Keep up to date on all things pertinent to Wisconsin FNEs through our new periodic newsletter!

CANCELED: SANE A Training - Weston March 30-April 3, 2020

2.19.20

March 30 - April 3, 2020: Marshfield St Clare's Hospital  |  3400 Ministry Parkway, Weston, WI 54476

 

Register with this link: CANCELED

 

*Clinical Skills Lab date: June 11, 2020 @ Gundersen Hospital and Medical Center, ICE House -...

SANE A Training - February 17 -21, 2020

1.2.20

SANE A Registration is FULL.

 

February 17 - 21, 2020: Ascension All Saints Medical Center, 3801 Spring Street, Racine, WI 53406

*Clinical Skills Lab date: April 30, 2020 @ Gundersen Hospital and Medical Center, ICE House...

DOJ Celebrates Forensic Nurses Week

11.12.19

The Department of Justice recognizes the many forensic nurses across our state who provide skilled, compassionate care to the people of Wisconsin every day.  Thank you!

DOJ SANE education update

9.11.19

As some of you may be aware, the IAFN has updated recommendations for SANE education.  Therefore, as a result and effective immediately, the DOJ SANE A course will no longer have a 2 year minimum RN clinical practice pre-req. For Wisconsin, this update means a likely...

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the common goal of creating a seamless, community-based response to the needs of sexual assault victim/survivors

The Medical/Forensic Examiner Program is an essential component of the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). Each county-based team includes local law enforcement, the District Attorney's office, SAFEs, and sexual assault support center advocates. Members of the SART share the common goal of creating a seamless, community-based response to the needs of sexual assault victim/survivors. As more is learned about the prevalence of sexual assault/abuse and the related low reporting rate, there is increased responsibility to improve the systems charged with responding to these crimes, and to provide a uniform, integrated, informed response to sexual assault. The key systems are healthcare providers, law enforcement, sexual assault centers and prosecutors. Each Medical/Forensic examiner is an integral member of the SART responding to this need.