May eCase Review: Introduction to Gunshot Wounds (1)
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About The Event
DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL EVENT!
You won't want to miss very special AFN eCase Review with Dr. Bill Smock! This special Case Review is open to law enforcement, forensic nurses and emergency department providers who deal with gunshot wounds. Guest presenter Christine Foote-Lucero will be providing an introduction to gunshot wounds along with two case presentations. This case review will be presented and discussed for learning points and recommendations in an open, supportive setting. Dr. Bill Smock will also be on the webinar to answer your questions or comments.
Don't miss your opportunity to:
- Identify key features of contact, near contact, intermediate, and distance gunshot wounds (GSW).
- List one typical feature of both an entrance wound and an exit wound.
- State two best practice recommendations for documentation of GSW.
- Discuss evidentiary collection and reporting of GSW.
- Apply these fundamental principles to case review discussion.
You will need to register in advance for this Webinar.
Webinar is scheduled for May 27, 2020 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST). Question and answer session will immediately follow.
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GUEST PANELIST DR. BILL SMOCK
Dr. Bill Smock is the full-time Police Surgeon and directs the Clinical Forensic Medicine Program for the Louisville Metro Police Department in Louisville, Kentucky. Bill graduated from the University of Louisville, School of Medicine in 1990 and completed a residency in emergency medicine at the University of Louisville in 1993. In 1994, he became the first physician in the United States to complete a post-graduate fellowship in Clinical Forensic Medicine.
Dr. Smock joined the Louisville Police Department in 1993 as the SWAT team’s first tactical physician, a position he has held for the last 27 years. Dr. Smock is currently a Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine training medical students and resident physicians in tactical medicine and clinical forensic medicine. In 2019 Dr. Smock was named the Medical Director of the San Diego-based Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention.
GUEST PRESENTER CHRISTINE FOOTE-LUCERO
Christine Foote-Lucero, MSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A, SANE-P has been a licensed Registered Nurse in Colorado for 18 years, with a focus on critical care. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing at Creighton University in 2002, and a Master’s of Science in Forensic Nursing in 2019. For the past decade, 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 exemplars, 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.