The Purpose of the conference is to put state-of the-art science into action and create best practices for forensic nursing around the world and across the lifespan.
Objective 1: Apply knowledge of forensic nursing care across the lifespan.
Objective 2: Identify resources for supporting forensic nursing care across the lifespan.
Objective 3: Recognize sources of knowledge for evidence-based practice.
Objective 4: Compare and contrast innovative forensic nursing practice skills and strategies.
Objective 5: Support the advancement of global forensic nursing practices.
This conference is devoted to you, our members and forensic nursing associates, multidisciplinary partners, and esteemed guests. On this special anniversary year, we will continue our tradition of bringing inspired people together to ensure that IAFN remains on the cutting edge. This conference will be brimming with new research and many inspiring, intense, and important topics. Our keynote presentations include Jeffrey Bucholtz, Caitlin Pakosh, Janice Du Mont, and Dirk Huyer. They will examine topics such as: our culture’s response to sexual assault and the unrealistic expectations put on women to prevent it, the transfer of knowledge into practice, the Innocence Project, and recommendations from a coroner’s perspective. Additionally, workshops around strangulation, forensic photography, human identification, and dozens of sessions divided among eight tracks will help educate you to construct your future forward.