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"MEDICAL HEALTH CARE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT VISTIMS IN A CONFINEMENT SETTING"

INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING MANDATORY TRAINING 

 

  • ·      Access the internet and type in http://nic.learn.com/PREA2
  • ·      Find New Users Register (on the left tab)
    • Enter all information
    • Your Username is your Groupwise email. For example: jsmith@salud.unm.edu 
    • Your Password is the block you are taking the rotation. For example if your are taking the rotation the fourth rotation of your third year, your password (capital B and no space between word Block and the number 4) is: Block#4 
    • If you forget your password of have issues, your secret questions is "what is your mother's maiden name" and the correct response IS YOUR OWN LAST NAME. For example if your last name is Smith, you would type in: Smith 
    • After log in... 
  • ·      Select Course Catalog
    • Then chose Medical Health Care for Sexual Assault Victims in a Confinement Setting” THESE ARE THE CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS THAT WILL BE WITHIN THE COURSE. YOU NEED TO COMPLETE CHAPTERS 1-4.

 

Medical Health Care for Sexual Assault Victims in a Confinement Setting

Chapter 1: Course Introduction

  1.  Taking the course
  2.  PREA terms and definitions
  3.  PREA medical standards
  4.  Additional PREA standards

Chapter 2: Detecting, Assessing, and Responding to Signs of Sexual Abuse and Harassment

  1.  Sexual abuse in confinement settings
  2.  The dynamics and effects of sexual abuse
  3.  Your role in responding to sexual abuse incidents

Chapter 3: Preserving Physical Evidence of Sexual Abuse

  1.  The Forensic Medical Exam (FME)
  2.  Preserving Physical Evidence
  3.  Documentation Strategies

Chapter 4: Reporting Allegations and Suspicions

  1.  Reporting requirements
  2.  Your role in reporting allegations and suspicions
  3.  Documentation strategies

There will be assessments at the end of each chapter that the participant is required to take and pass with a 70% or better.  

 IF YOU HAVE ANY ISSUES, CONTACT MELANIE BACA. 

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