What does IAFN stand for?
IAFN stands for Internation Association of Forensic Nurses
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© Copyright 2006, North Carolina International Association of Forensic Nurses.
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The Certificate of Completion signifies accomplishment in a recognized foundational course of study and as such is an invaluable asset in seeking practice in this forensic discipline. Additionally, this Certificate represents a total of four University of California professional level course units that may be transferable to another academic institution depending on its accrediting policy. By contrast, a Certification denotes that the recipient, through the successful completion of a course of study satisfies those standards established by the professional organization awarding the certification, as in the instance of the International Association of Forensic Nurses.
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Sources: American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants; International Association of Forensic Nurses; Forensic Education; U. S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime Bulletin; Medi-Smart Nursing Education Resources.
In May 2010, we conducted a workshop at the University of Colorado with the International Association of Forensic Nurses. Known worldwide for its focus on caring and reflective practice, Sue Hagedorn and Vicki Erickson from the University, in conjunction with recruitment from IAFN, brought together nurses from around the country for the workshops. The workshops were facilitated by Daniel Weinshenker and Mary Ann McNair from the Center for Digital Storytelling.