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|Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner RN
Forensic Nurses (IAFN). The International Association of Forensic Nurses and the. The collection of forensic evidence....
|Lorain, OH||The Nord Center||8/1/2015|
|Physician Administrator 2 (Psychiatrist)
Forensics helpful but not required. We offer a secure work environment where you will have the pleasure of working with a multidisciplinary healthcare team of...
|OH||State of Ohio||6/23/2015|
|Sr. Information Security Analyst
Performs forensic research. Must have background in administering information security programs including risk assessments, forensic research, designing...
|Shaker Heights, OH||University Hospitals||6/17/2015|
SANE trained nurses are preferred. If interested in becoming a SANE RN, please contact Deb Kosec, Nurse Recruiter or (see below) or visit our careers page....
|Akron, OH||Akron General Health System||6/11/2015|
|Information Security Systems Instructor - Adjunct
At our more than 140 accredited ITT Technical Institutes located in approximately 39 states, we predominately provide career-focused degree programs of study in...
|Hilliard, OH||ITT Educational Services Inc.||5/6/2015|
|FORENSIC NURSE EXAMINER
FORENSIC NURSE EXAMINER:. 1-2 years Clinical in Nursing. Completion of SANE training/Domestic Violence Training BLS/CPR (Basic Life Support for Healthcare...
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Forensic nurses treat the victims of violence, crimes, abuse and trauma, while also aiding detectives in the scientific investigation that helps catch perpetrators. Even if they perform little to no direct patient care, forensic nurses must keep their RN license active. Certificates in Forensic Nursing are offered by such organizations as the University of California and American Forensic Nurses (AMRN), and forensic nurses can receive further certifications from the Forensic Nursing Certification Board (FNCB) as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Adult/Adolescent (SANE-A) or Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pediatric (SANE-P). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses.