You’ll collect and record information about the patient’s injuries, their history and their experiences.
You’ll work with law enforcement and appear in court on behalf of patients.
You’ll maintain in-depth knowledge about therapy groups and other resources for patients.
You’ll examine, evaluate and provide patients with physical and mental support.
- Community clinics
- Public health offices
Work as a Domestic Violence Registered Nurse, taking continuing education courses in Forensic Nursing.
After three years you can get your Certification in Forensic Nursing. You can also become certified as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.
Get your Advanced Forensic Nursing Certification
once you have 2,000 hours of experience in Forensic Nursing with 30 hours of continuing education classes.
You’re ready to work as a Domestic Violence Nurse.
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