The Crisis Center seeks registered nurses with one year of experience for a specialized S.A.N.E. (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) training. S.A.N.E. nurses provide medical care and forensic exams to individuals who have experienced sexual assault. Nurses who participate will receive special training including how to give a forensic exam, collect an individual’s medical forensic history, how to perform a detailed physical and emotional assessment, written/electronic and photographic documentation, collection and management of forensic samples, and how to provide emotional and social support and resources. The four day training will be held from 8:30am – 5pm on July 15, 16, 29 and 30 at the Crisis Center in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. Training is FREE for nurses who sign a one year contract with Crisis Center, Inc. ($300 if no contract signed.) 40 CEUs available to all who complete all four days of training event.
The Crisis Center’s mission is to serve the unmet needs of people experiencing personal crisis or mental health issues and respond with services that promote coping, emotional health and well-being, and serves the community of Central Alabama, which is defined as the five county area surrounding Birmingham including Blount County, Jefferson County, St. Clair County, Shelby County and Walker County.
For more information about this training session and the mission of the Crisis Center, visit www.crisiscenterbham.org or contact the Crisis Center SANE Coordinator at 205-458-8983.
The Crisis Center is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.
FREE with one year contract
$300 with no contract