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NEW FOR 2023!
EARN CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS WITH WEDNESDAY WEBINARS
You can now earn continuing education credits by joining our Wednesday Webinars on our AFN Learn platform!
AFN Members: Watch live to earn FREE CE credits as part of your membership benefit. Can't watch live? Watch on your own schedule and earn CE credits for $15 per webinar.
Non-Members: Watch webinars any time and earn CE credits for $25 per webinar.
SCHOLARSHIP SERVICE EDUCATION
Forensic & Medical Evaluation of Gunshot Wounds
[3.0 Contact Hours]
Presented by Bill Smock, MD
Louisville Metro Police Department Police Surgeon
This educational session is geared toward law enforcement, forensic nurses, and emergency department/healthcare providers. Be sure to share this opportunity with all of your multidisciplinary team members!
Bill Smock, MD, the Louisville Metro Police Department’s Police Surgeon, will present a unique forensic program specifically designed for forensic nurses and law enforcement officers involved with the investigation, evaluation, and reconstruction of firearms-related incidents, including domestic and officer-involved shootings.
AFN PEDIATRIC SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP PRESENTS
WALKING FORWARD: BEST PRACTICES FOR PEDIATRIC MEDICAL FORENSIC CARE
Join your AFN Colleagues for this Virtual Learning Opportunity.
You can still access this amazing Lecture Series through AFN Learn. Click the the link below to register today!
Update your knowledge about pediatric forensic health care principles and practices. Engage with the experts as they discuss current evidence-based practice information about the health care response to suspected child abuse and neglect.