Medical Training Academy: Pediatric/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (PSANE) Course – Winter 2024
Registration for the Winter 2024 session will be open from December 1, 2023 through January 31, 2024.
Medical Training Academy: Pediatric/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner is an interactive, self-paced set of online lessons designed to help the PSANE correctly identify child sexual abuse as well as child physical abuse injuries. This course focuses on the holistic treatment of the child, building on the strengths of foundational nursing education to enable the PSANE to obtain and document a patient history and physical examination, to recognize and document child abuse injuries, and to implement a treatment and discharge plan incorporating nursing diagnosis. Interactive lessons and case studies build the essential skills and knowledge that PSANE providers will need to confidently navigate real world situations. Course lessons and specific topics are outlined below.
Disclosure Announcement: The planners, presenters, and content reviewers of this course, Medical Training Academy: Pediatric/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, disclose no conflicts of interest. Upon completion of the course in its entirety and completing the course evaluation, you will receive a certificate that documents the continuing nursing education contact hours (44 hours) for this activity. The International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Please download the syllabus and access guide before completing your registration.
|Self-Paced Online Course Lessons||44 hours|
*Participants must complete the course before the closing date of March 31, 2024.
NOTE: If you are a nurse who is planning on taking Medical Training Academy: Pediatric/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Course (PSANE), please be aware that you MUST take the PSANE course prior to the general MTA course in order to meet IAFN rules. According to IAFN, a pediatric/adolescent SANE course must be at least 40 consecutive hours of required content. Because both courses share some content, if you take the general MTA course prior to the PSANE course, you would not be able to count the duplicative content and therefore, any duplicative content would be considered null for ANCC credit and for counting towards your 40 hours of required SANE content. For further questions, please contact Kia Kehrer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No refunds can be granted once you begin the course.