Center to Advance Interprofessional Education and Practice

CAIEP Event – Sexual Assault Forensic Nursing: What is this, and why is it important for patient outcomes?

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Competencies: Roles & Responsibilities, Values & Ethics

SANEs are Registered Nurses specially educated and trained to provide comprehensive medical forensic care for survivors and perpetrators of sexual assault/abuse, other forms of interpersonal violence, stalking, strangulation, and commercial human sex or labor trafficking. Patients may be any age, from all socioeconomic backgrounds, any gender, any sexual orientation, and from any culture. All care is trauma informed, victim centered, compassionate and supportive. We provide care and hope as survivors begin their healing process.

Participation can be applied toward students’ IP Honors Distinction.

ZOOM: Link coming soon
Livestream: une.edu/live
Presented in collaboration with: UNE School of Nursing and Population Health, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), Continuing Education credits offered through Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine (CCSME)

Let us know you’re coming!
Indicate your interest in attending: https://bit.ly/CAIEP_Fall24

“I thought that I had no bias/prejudice toward people in the community, leaving college and entering the workforce, but IPE has improved my awareness and helps me work on these and gain knowledge to better treat all my patients!”
– Julia Baracewicz, UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine student and UNE Interprofessional Student Group Chair, '27


Michelle Cote
Center to Advance Interprofessional Education and Practice (CAIEP)