Wed, Sep 29 | Webinar

AFN Webinar - Implementing Peer Review and Competencies

Join us for this Special 60-Minute Member's Only AFN Webinar on September 29, 2021 with Christine Foote-Lucero at 12:00 PM EST. This Webinar is OPEN to all AFN Members, however, pre-registration is REQUIRED.
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AFN Webinar - Implementing Peer Review and Competencies

Time & Location

Sep 29, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Webinar

About The Event

The Academy is excited to welcome back Christine Foote-Lucero for this Special Members Only AFN Webinar - Implementing Peer Review and Competencies: Nuts and Bolts of Rigorous Quality Assurance, on September 29, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST!

While clinical and technical skills are certainly necessary to care for patients affected by violence, it is equally imperative that forensic nurses possess the ability to grow and sustain formidable programs, which include participation in quality improvement and quality assurance processes, such as ongoing competencies and peer review.  This presentation will highlight how to initiate and incorporate these processes to promote and sustain quality patient care outcomes. 

This Webinar is open to all AFN Members! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Don't miss your opportunity to:

  • Learn the importance of an evidence-based and rigorous peer review program as part of quality improvement.
  • Learn about the elements to include in a peer review.
  • Learn about methods to verify competency.

IMPORTANT 

You will need to register in advance for this Webinar.  

Webinar is scheduled for September 29, 2021 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST).  Question and answer session will immediately follow.  

WEBINAR ACCESS INFORMATION WILL BE SENT TO YOUR EMAIL DIRECTLY FROM ZOOM ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR REGISTRATION! 

Any questions or concerns, please email afn@afnmail.org for further assistance.

WEBINAR PRESENTER - CHRISTINE FOOTE-LUCERO

MSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A, SANE-P

Christine Foote-Lucero has been a licensed Registered Nurse in Colorado for nearly 20 years, with a focus on critical care.  She received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Creighton University and a Masters of Science in Forensic Nursing at Fitchburg State.  For the past fifteen years, she has worked as a Forensic Nurse Examiner (FNE).  She currently manages the FNE team at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) in Aurora, CO where she developed a robust FNE orientation program as well as education and training for on-going FNE performance based competencies, clinical skills examples, and high fidelity simulations.

She has also created a Strangulation Pathway at UCH that serves as a clinical practice guideline for Emergency Providers.  Her clinical experiences as a forensic nurse have included death investigation and correctional nursing, as well as sexual assault, intimate partner violence, physical assault, strangulation, elder abuse, child abuse, and human trafficking.  She is board certified as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner for Adults, Adolescents, and Pediatrics.  In addition, she is a board certified Emergency Nurse.  She has worked in Professional Nursing Development and is a certified instructor for the Emergency Nurse’s Association, teaching ENPC and TNCC, as well as a guest lecturer for the Denver College of Nursing and the University of Colorado School of Nursing.  She has presented at both state and national conferences on a variety of forensic and trauma topics and regularly testifies as an expert witness in court.

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