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July 19, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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SATF is pleased to offer a 1-day training in Pendleton on Best Practices for Trans-Inclusion and Medical-Advocacy Response during the Sexual Assault Forensic Exam. This training will be beneficial to community, campus, tribal, culturally specific, rural, or systems based staff that are providing medical advocacy response for survivors seeking medical-forensic care. The training will include best practices for Trans-inclusion and patient care, trauma informed care, best practice for medical advocacy, and skill building.
There are no scholarships available to cover lodging, per diem, or mileage but we are happy to be able to offer this training free of charge.