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Forensic Nursing C.S.I. meets E.R

Forensic Nursing C.S.I. meets E.R

Looking for some great forensic nursing information?    Then perhaps you should check out our friends over at Bestmasterofscienceinnursing.com.    They recently created an infograph about forensic nursing science and C. S. I. (crime scene investigation).     For full information please visit this link For more information on becoming certified in forensic nursing and taking online courses in forensic nursing please visit our main site.

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Forensic Nursing: Away at College

Forensic Nursing: Away at College

How Forensic Nursing Students; Take Time to Talk to Your Family! My neighbor and I have been good friends ever since she moved into the apartment next to mine three years ago. I always try to do what I can to spend time with her because I know that she gets lonely sometimes. She only has one daughter and her daughter is away at college. She is studying forensic nursing. I think that she is really enjoying studying in this field. My neighbor has been able to visit her a couple of times since she went away to college and

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Forensic Nursing Practice: A Growing Specialty

Forensic Nursing Practice: A Growing Specialty

What is Forensic Nursing? Specialized nurses that focus mainly on medicine with science and criminology as it pertains to the law are known as forensic nurses, and are practicing forensic nursing. Normally forensic nursing consists of assisting forensic scientists and forensic psychologists in collecting data in order to create a more realistic picture of the events that lead to each particular case. They have specialized training in the collection of forensic evidence, as well as criminal procedures and more. They are also called upon in court to provide their forensic expertise in the form of a testimony. The forensic nursing

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Forensic Nursing Certification Bridges the Gap Between Medicine and Law

Registered nurses who want to make a difference in the lives of victims of violence should consider pursing  forensic nursing. In the United States forensic nurses play a crucial role in providing both emergency nursing care to patients and preserving biological and physical evidence that can help bring criminals to justice. These specialized medical professionals are often called upon to provide sworn statements for legal proceedings in cases where a victim has been physically or sexually assaulted. The skills learned during the certification process for forensic nursing include injury identification, assessment, documentation and collection of evidence for criminal investigations. Many

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Forensic Nursing: A Rewarding Practice Specialty

Forensic Nursing: A Rewarding Practice Specialty

The practice of nursing in the intersection where medical and legal/criminal systems overlap is known as forensic nursing. The basic premise of forensic nursing is that a nurse in this specialty will care for patients who are injured as a result of violence. This can include either the perpetrator or the victim of the violent act, but it is usually the victim who is the patient. Patients who are the victims of abuse, assault or other  physically aggressive violence often suffer from deeply-inflicted trauma in the psychological, physical, and even social senses. A forensic nurse is educated and trained to