Oregon SANE Training
The Sexual Assault Training Institute (SATI) is conducting Oregon's seventh annual Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Training on adult and adolescent sexual assault medical response. The 40-hour didactic training meets: *Oregon SANE Certification training requirements; and *IAFN SANE training certification requirements. The 40-hour training will provide instruction on how to: *obtain relevant medical history from a sexual assault victim/patient; *conduct a physical examination specific to the medical history; *document injury using photography, bodygrams and charting; *collect and preserve evidence; *collect and document urine and blood samples when drug facilitated sexual assault is suspected; *use the Oregon State Police Crime Lab Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence (SAFE) Kit and maintain chain of evidence; *provide the victim/patient with prophylactic medications and/or emergency contraception for the prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and pregnancy; *treat and/or refer the victim/patient for medical treatment; and *work as part of a victim-centered and multidisciplinary response to the sexually assaulted victim/patient. The registration fee covers training materials, a preceptored speculum clinic and a light breakfast and lunch for each day of the training. *$250 for Oregon participants *$450 for out of state participants A limited number of registration scholarships are available to nurses practicing in OR, WA, ID, AK and HI. For more information visit the training website or call 503.990.6541.