Forensic Nursing Organization Announces New Mentor Program

October 19, 2019 — The Academy of Forensic Nursing announced its new Mentorship Program earlier this month. The program, which can be customized to fit an AFN member's needs, offers support and guidance for those seeking information about career paths, as well as motivation, emotional support, role-modeling, goal-setting, and networking.

An AFN Mentor may also help with development and implementation of forensic nursing projects or programs. "The Mentor and Mentee relationship is meant to grow and change as the needs of the Mentee change," said an AFN statement.

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Court Case Update

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