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Author: Rita M Hammer; Barbara Moynihan; Elaine M Pagliaro
Publisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, ©2013.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rita M Hammer; Barbara Moynihan; Elaine M Pagliaro
ISBN: 9780763792008 0763792004
OCLC Number: 745303619
Description: xix, 518 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Contents: pt. I. Foundations. 1. Forensic nursing science / Virginia A. Lynch : Introduction ; Background perspectives ; History and development ; Advent of forensic nursing ; The forensic nurse ; Forensic nursing, present and future ; Summary --
2. Theoretical foundations for advanced practice forensic nursing / Anita G. Hufft : Introduction ; Organizing forensic nursing theory ; Environment ; Human beings ; Nursing ; Health ; Summary --
3. Epidemiology of violence / Linda C. Degutis : Violence defined ; Epidemiology ; Sources of data ; The epidemiology of violence ; Summary --
4. Ethical considerations in forensic nursing / Douglas Olsen : Introduction ; Principles ; Recurring concepts in ethical discourse of forensic nursing practice ; Points of ethical tension in forensic practice ; The unhappy prisoner ; Summary. pt. II. Populations. 5. Sociocultural diversity / Nathan Light : The experience of culture ; Applying transcultural understanding in forensic nursing ; A cultural process model of recovery ; Summary --
6. Vulnerable populations / Barbara Moynihan : Introduction ; Predisposing factors to vulnerability ; Vulnerable populations ; Summary --
7. Sexual offenders: who are they and why do they commit sexual abuse? / David A. D'Amora, Ted Brandhurst, and Randall Wallace : What is sexual abuse? ; Theories of sexual offending behaviors ; Toward theory integration ; Sexual offense typologies ; Crossover ; Etiological considerations for adult sexual offenders --
Summary --
8. Forensic implications of intimate partner violence / Daniel J. Sheridan, Catherine R. Nash, Shadonna L. Hawkins, Jennifer L. Makely, and Jacquelyn C. Campbell : Development of hospital-based domestic violence programs ; Screening tools for domestic violence ; Intimate partner violence-related homicide ; Identifying injuries and wounds ; Written documentation ; Photographic documentation ; Summary --
9. Child and adolescent sexual abuse / Frederick Berrien : Epidemiology ; Manifestations of sexual abuse ; Psychodynamics of sexual abuse ; Multidisciplinary issues ; Physical evaluation ; Testing for sexually transmitted diseases ; Forensic evidence collection ; Treatment considerations ; Judicial proceedings ; Summary --
10. Crimes against the elderly / Tracey Creegan Hammer and Rita M. Hammer : Types of abuse ; The scope of the problem ; Legal protection ; Elder abuse in nursing homes ; The abusers ; The abused ; The role of the forensic nurse ; Sexual assault ; The interview ; Consequences of elder abuse ; Summary --
11. Youth exposure to violence, terrorism, and sudden traumatic death / Paul T. Clements and Joseph T. DeRanieri : Introduction ; Youth and traumatic exposure ; Scope of the problem ; Exposure to violence ; Terrorism ; Implication of youth exposure to violence ; Impact of youth exposure to violence ; Posttraumatic stress disorder ; Chaotic aftermath ; Forensic nursing intervention ; Talking with preteen youth ; Talking with teenaged youth ; Summary --
12. Post-traumatic stress disorder: an overview of theory, treatment, and forensic practice considerations / Edwin F. Renaud : Introduction ; Defining trauma ; Biological consequences of PTSD ; Vulnerability and resilience to PTSD ; PTSD from single incidents versus chronic stress ; Psychiatric comorbidity and PTSD ; Treatment modalities for PTSD ; The care and assessment of patients with PTSD in the forensic setting ; Professional practice considerations ; Summary. pt. III. Practical aspects of forensic nursing. 13. Death investigation / Edward T. McDonough : History of death investigation ; Death investigator roles ; The role of the medical examiner ; The investigation ; Cause and manner of death ; Clinical forensic nursing ; Time of death and postmortem changes ; Human decomposition ; Identification of human remains ; Types of injury ; Sharp-force injuries ; Guns and gunshot wounds ; Asphyxia ; Summary --
14. Evidence collection and documentation / Nancy B. Cabelus and Katherine Spangler : Introduction ; Basic theories ; Forensic evidence ; Function of the forensic laboratory ; Documentation of physical evidence ; Collection of evidence from the deceased patient ; Evidence from poisoning or overdose ; Legal considerations ; Summary --
15. The use of biological evidence and DNA data banks to aid criminal investigations / Carll Ladd and Henry C. Lee : Introduction ; Sources of biological evidence ; Biological evidence transfer ; Collection and preservation of biological evidence ; History of biological evidence examination ; Laboratory analysis of biological evidence ; Individualization of biological evidence by DNA analysis ; Polymerase chain reaction ; Forensic DNA analysis case studies ; Mitochondrial DNA typing ; Interpretation of DNA results ; Offender DNA data banks ; Challenges to DNA admissibility ; Summary --
16. Computer-assisted and Internet crime / Monique Mattei Ferraro and Rita M. Hammer : Introduction ; How offenders use computers and the Internet to facilitate crimes ; Types of computer-assisted crime ; Computers and crimes against persons ; Illegal sexual encounters and the Internet ; Cyberbullying ; Child pornography ; Healthcare fraud ; Summary --
17. Hidden in plain sight: modern-day slavery and the rise of human trafficking / Barbara Moynihan and Mario Thomas Gaboury : Introduction ; History of human trafficking ; Magnitude of the problem ; Factors that contribute to victimization ; Role of the healthcare provider: taking action ; Response of the legal system ; Summary. pt. IV. Specialized forensic nursing roles. 18. Sexual assault intervention and the forensic examination / Patricia LaMonica and Elaine M. Pagliaro : Introduction ; The sexual assault forensic examiner ; Definitions ; Effects on victims of sexual assault ; The forensic examination ; Drug-facilitated sexual assault ; Perpetrator evidence collection ; The physical examination ; Sexual assault response teams ; Summary --
19. Correctional nursing / Anita G. Hufft : Introduction ; Advanced practice correctional nursing ; Growth of correctional institutions as healthcare settings ; Factors affecting health care in corrections ; Major healthcare challenges ; Prisoner populations: culture of corrections ; The prison subculture ; Special prison populations ; Culturally competent nursing in correctional settings ; Professional correctional nursing development ; Summary --
20. The forensic nurse witness in the American justice system / Elaine M. Pagliaro and Bonnie R. Bentley Cewe : The American system of justice ; Sources of law ; Overview of the federal and state court systems ; The case procedure ; The legal nurse consultant ; Role of the expert witness ; Expert witness testimony ; Follow-up after testimony --
21. Disaster and emergency management / David Duff and Deborah Smith : Introduction ; The definition of disaster ; Principles of emergency management ; Hazard vulnerability analysis ; Nursing and the phases of emergency management ; Incident command system ; Terrorism ; Weapons of mass destruction ; Personal/family preparedness issues ; Summary. pt. V. Concepts for the 21st century. 22. Forensic nursing in the community: public policy and public relations / Michael E. Moynihan, Tracy A. Swan, and Anne Klein : Introduction ; What is public policy? ; When does a problem come to the attention of the public? ; Leadership and policy initiatives in forensic nursing ; The policy process/cycle ; Who creates policy? ; Who influences policy? ; Key techniques for influencing policy ; The media, public policy, and the forensic nurse ; Understanding media terminology ; Summary --
23. Forensic nursing education: developments, theoretical conceptualizations, and practical applications for curriculum / Arlene Kent-Wilkinson : Introduction ; Systems and services where forensic nurses work ; How do I become a forensic nurse? ; Educational levels of forensic nursing courses ; Policies and standards guiding forensic nursing education ; Responsibilities of forensic nurse educators ; Methods (modes) of course delivery (on site and online) ; Forensic nursing curriculum content ; The future of forensic nursing education ; Summary. Appendixes. 1. Internet resources --
2. Legal issues in forensic nursing: search and seizure of evidence / Mary M. Galvin : Fourth Amendment ; Chain of custody ; Expert opinion ; Statements ; Victims' rights ; Summary --
3. Photography in forensic nursing / Kenneth B. Zercie and Paul Penders : Introduction ; Photographic equipment ; Basic photography ; Location and subject matter ; Evidence documentation ; Digital photography in forensic nursing ; Photography in the courtroom --
4. Selected assessment tools : Assessment tools.
Responsibility: edited by Rita M. Hammer, Barbara Moynihan, Elaine M. Pagliaro.

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