The UAMS Institute for Digital Health & Innovation TeleSANE program focuses on medical forensic sexual assault care, but it also supports other types of forensic nursing which is utilized in instances where items are collected for possible availability of forensic evidence. Whether you are looking to become a sexual assault nurse examiner or gain experience in forensic nursing, the following page contains helpful information to assist you on your path.
Clinical Skills Log
To qualify to sit for the sexual assault nurse examiner exam a minimum of 300 hours over no more than three years must be completed and documented. The TeleSANE Program created a clinical skills log sheet to assist in tracking the information needed for you to become a sexual assault nurse examiner.
Arkansas State Crime Lab and Sexual Assault Kit Tracking
The Arkansas State Crime Laboratory created an educational video to discuss the ins and outs of the sexual assault kit tracking website. The website is designed to be used by law enforcement, kit collecting agencies such as, clinics and hospitals, as well as for the victims of sexual assault.
If you have any questions you may contact one of the sexual assault kit tracking administrators of the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory if you have any questions: