AFN Webinar - Escaping Education: Educating Non-SANE Emergency Nurses
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JOIN US FOR THIS SPECIAL AFN WEBINAR, EDUCATING NON-SANE EMERGENCY NURSES TO CARE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT PATIENTS USING AN ESCAPE ROOM ACTIVITY, WITH MARY SMITH ON DECEMBER 1, 2021, AT 12:00 PM EST.
Caring for patients reporting sexual assault requires a special skill set and knowledge - that is why we have SANEs. But, what are bedside RNs supposed to do if there is no SANE program or coverage at your facility? How in the world can we teach this heavy topic in an engaging, meaningful, even fun way? It is not the heart-pounding excitement of a STEMI. It is not as titillating as a trauma. Nope, it is a scary sexual assault, and they’ve just checked in to the emergency department. Fear not, because the bedside nurse has already successfully cared for this patient as part of your escape room education activity.
Geared toward forensic nurses, advanced practice providers and emergency department/healthcare providers.
This Webinar is open to all AFN Members! Looking forward to seeing you there!
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You will need to register in advance for this AFN Webinar.
Webinar is scheduled for December 1, 2021 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST). Question and answer session will immediately follow.
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WEBINAR PRESENTER - MARY SMITH
Mary Smith works as a nurse in the emergency department at Children’s Hospital Colorado, in the Denver metro area. Mary presented at the Emergency Nurses Association 2021 Annual Conference and has submitted articles to multiple nursing and education publications on the topic of using an escape room activity for teaching within the hospital.
Mary earned her Associates Degree of Nursing at Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colorado, and went on to earn her Bachelorette of Nursing from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona. Since 2016, Mary has practiced at Children’s Hospital Colorado as an emergency room nurse, charge nurse, and sexual assault nurse examiner.