A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing: Incorporating by Angela F. Ph.D., RN Amar, L. Kathleen, Ph.D. Sekula

By Angela F. Ph.D., RN Amar, L. Kathleen, Ph.D. Sekula

Sufferers of violence are regrettably ever-present in healthcare at the present time. whatever the environment, nurses are usually the 1st to have interaction with sufferers and often needs to step into uncomfortable or tricky events. to make sure sufferer and supplier safeguard and permit the very best results, each nurse might be well-versed in forensic and theoretical problems with violence.

A functional consultant to Forensic Nursing is an evidence-based advisor to figuring out and making use of forensic nursing technological know-how. Authors Angela F. Amar and L. Kathleen Sekula introduce sensible and theoretical views on violence and supply beneficial assets, together with damage review and violence prevention ideas in addition to an summary of proper felony, moral, societal, and coverage matters. even if you're a scholar, new nurse, or skilled clinician, you'll find the suitable instruments and methods to develop your figuring out of violence and assist you combine forensic technological know-how into your sufferer care.

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Hair shafts, bones, and teeth) that are unusable for PCR and STR testing may yield results when mtDNA analysis is performed. Mitochondrial DNA testing can be useful in the investigation of an unsolved case or one where new DNA has been recovered but that DNA was improperly stored for a long period of time. , a person’s mother or maternal grandmother) have identical mtDNA. Therefore, forensic scientists can analyze and compare unidentified remains to the mtDNA profile of any maternal relative for the purpose of assisting missing persons or unidentified remains investigations.

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The impact of restrictions in movement, interactions with caretakers, and other physical barriers create challenges to the care of this population. All nurses who practice in correctional settings need to advance their practice by coming to an understanding of the variables in play that contribute to the vulnerability of incarcerated individuals. Forensic Psychiatric Nurse A forensic psychiatric nurse is prepared as a generalist or at the advanced practice level to function as a direct care provider and patient advocate in caring for a most vulnerable population—those patients who suffer with mental illness and are also engaged in the legal system (Sekula & Colbert, 2013).

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