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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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
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
oSHKOSH (920) 456-7400
WESTON (715) 393-2950
DOJ SANE education update
2020 SANE A and SANE P COURSES
* Registrants MUST be present for all 46 hours of the SANE A and all 40 hours of the SANE P to be awarded CEU's. If ANY portion of the course is MISSED, the course is considered INCOMPLETE.*
*Attendance at Clinical Skills Lab, for SANE A registrants, is required in order to...
DOJ Clinical Skills Lab Refresher Day- November 2019
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Thursday, November 21, 2019
8:00 am - 3:30 pm - Gundersen Health System Integrated Center for Education (ICE House)
The SANE Clinical Skills Lab Refresher Day is designed for SANE trained and SANE certified nurses. Nurses will have an...
WI DOJ SANE P Training 2019
DOJ SANE 2019 Courses
2019 SANE P Course
4) SANE-P: REGISTRATION CLOSED
October 28-November 1, 2019 at Gundersen Hospital and Medical Center in LaCrosse, WI (1900 South Ave, 54601)
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.