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Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Prevention: Intersections of Medical Forensic Health Care

June 26, 2024 | 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT

Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Prevention

Intersections of Medical Forensic Health Care

Join NCUIH for the final presentation in the “Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Prevention” training series. Presented by Nicole Stahlmann, forensic nurse consultant at IHS, this session will explore the intersections between victimization, domestic violence, and sexual assault. She will provide a framework for medical forensic health care across IHS and outline best practices to help reduce barriers for American Indian and Alaska Native patients seeking health care following violent crimes.

Presenter:

Nicole Stahlmann MN, RN, SANE-A, AFN-BC, SANE-P, FNE-A/P, Forensic Nurse Consultant, Indian Health Service Headquarters-Division of Nursing Services

Objectives:

  1. List statistics related to victimization;
  2. Describe the correlation between victimizations;
  3. Understand Indian Health Service (IHS) forensic health care historical information;
  4. Describe the current state of IHS & medical forensic health care; and,
  5. Recognize IHS medical forensic best practices.

Audience:

  • UIO ED/CEOs
  • UIO staff