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Christina Boyland


Christina Boyland

Christina M. Boyland earned her Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN), focused in Forensic Nursing, and BSN from Oakland University in 2018 and 2009, respectively. She serves as the Administrator of Clinical Forensic Nursing Services at Turning Point, providing trauma-informed medical forensic exams for patients who are victims of violence—particularly sexual assault, intimate partner violence (IPV) strangulation, and human trafficking. She is also faculty with Oakland University’s Graduate Forensic Nursing program.

Boyland is dedicated to progressing the field of forensic nursing through education and the development of comprehensive forensic nursing services in her local area. She is a member of the Academy of Forensic Nursing and the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) and is actively engaged in her role with the Michigan Great Lakes Chapter of the IAFN serving on the chapter’s statewide education and legislative subcommittees. She also participates on her local Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) to improve the community’s response to sexual violence. Her publications include a chapter on Intimate Partner Violence in a Women’s Gynecological Health textbook and an article on the Forensic Nurse Hospitalist role in the Journal of Emergency Nursing.

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