Southwest Indiana AHEC
University of Southern Indiana
8600 University Boulevard, HP 2091
Evansville, IN 47712
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Article published in the Journal of Forensic Nursing
Angela Morris, Sarah Goletz and Jane Friona are co-authors of an article, "Indiana Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Training Initiative: Positive Impacts for Medical Forensic Care," that was published online in the Journal of Forensic Nursing on March 8, 2022. Southwest Indiana Area Health Education Center, hosted in the USI College of Nursing and Health Professions, coordinates the Indiana SANE Training Project which provides educational opportunities for nurses and healthcare professionals to improve care for victims of sexual assault and abuse throughout Indiana.
Friona is the Executive Director of Southwest Indiana AHEC, and Morris, a forensic nurse, is Coordinator of the Indiana SANE Training Project. A third co-author, Sarah Goletz, serves as a consultant on the Project.
Full text of the article can be accessed here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35271529/
Learn more about the Indiana SANE Training Project.
Apply now to be an AHEC Scholar!
“I highly encourage anyone planning to practice in a medically-underserved or rural area to consider joining and becoming the best provider possible for your future patients!”
– University of Evansville student
Applications are currently being accepted for the AHEC Scholars Program. AHEC Scholars is a community healthcare fellowship program that prepares students in the final two years of an accredited health professions program to more effectively enter the health professions workforce.
Applicants should have a strong interest in providing care to those living in rural and medically-underserved communities across Indiana.
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