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Submit a Manuscript for the Special Issue of the Journal of Forensic Nursing 10th Anniversary
We are seeking original articles for a special issue on Advancing Forensic Nursing to be published in 2014. The special issue will deal with a comprehensive range of issues, processes, theories, and practices aimed at the advancement of forensic nursing. The editors welcome papers on the theory, practice, and research related to the diversity of forensic nursing across the lifespan. Submit a manuscript before April 1, 2014.
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Abstract Submission Now Open for 2014
Submit an abstract for the 2014 International Conference on Forensic Nursing Science and Practice. Deadlines for submissions are Feb. 10, 2014 for 90 Minute Concurrent Sessions/May 12, 2014 for Poster Sessions.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2012: Division of STD Prevention January 2014
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
“STDs are hidden epidemics of enormous health and economic consequence in the United States. They are hidden because many Americans are reluctant to address sexual health issues in an open way and because of the biologic and social characteristics of these diseases."
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AVA Scholar Program
The Academy on Violence and Abuse (AVA) Scholars Program is a mentorship program designed to improve the ability of junior researchers to conduct high quality research and to enter into productive careers focused on understanding and minimizing the effects of violence and abuse on people’s health. Applications dues April 1, 2014.
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Webinar: Supporting Our Troops' Families: The Impact of Family Violence on Military Families
Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014
1 p.m. EST for 90 minutes
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Specially trained nurses support victims of sexual assault
Herald-Standard
At the intersection of medical treatment and evidence collection in cases of sexual assault stands a committed group of nurses in Fayette County who provide compassionate care and special forensic expertise: the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners. What makes SANEs different from other nurses is how gentle they are, said Megan Simms, volunteer coordinator for the Fayette County Crime Victims Center. “The way they respond to victims is very compassionate,” Simms said.
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Reports of sexual assault dip at military academies
USA Today
Reports of sexual assaults among cadets and midshipmen declined at two of the three military academies, according to a Pentagon report. There were 53 sexual assaults reported at the academies during the 2012-13 school year compared with 58 reports in 2011-12. The Pentagon's study, scheduled for release Friday but obtained by USA TODAY, cautioned that officials cannot say with certainty that the decline "was due to fewer assaults occurring or due to fewer victims willing to report."
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Nursing student enrollment increases at lowest rate in 5 years
Fierce Healthcare
Despite a reported nursing shortage and a public call to hire more registered nurses, last year marked the lowest increase in enrollment in entry-level baccalaureate nursing programs in the past five years, according to a survey from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Responses from 720 of the 858 nursing schools in the U.S. revealed enrollment increased just 2.6 percent from 2012 to 2013.
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France to issue emergency kits for rape victims
rfi English
The French government is to issue an emergency kit for rape victims in an effort to make it easier for them to pursue their attackers. A rape is committed once every eight minutes in France but there are only about 1,400 convictions per year, according to Women's Rights Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem.
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Danish woman tells police she was gang-raped in New Delhi
CNN
A Danish woman has filed a police complaint saying she was gang-raped and robbed near a train station in the Indian capital of New Delhi on Tuesday night, authorities said. In her complaint, the 51-year-old woman said she lost her way while sightseeing in the city. She asked for directions from some men who accosted her and subsequently robbed and raped her, CNN's sister network IBN reported. The woman has since returned to Denmark, police said.
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Breaking the silence surrounding sexual assault
The Daily Californian – opinion
Nicoletta Commins writes, “A few years ago, sexual violence was not something that crossed my mind very often. I knew it happened, probably more than I was aware of. But it happened to other women, not to anyone that I knew, and certainly not to me. In early 2012 when I invited a friend over to my apartment, things got out of hand, and before I knew it, he was gone and I had been sitting in the shower for more than an hour, bewildered and angry. In one night, my entire world was turned upside down.”
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