Forensic Nurses' Society of Canada

The Forensic Nurses’ Society of Canada (FNSC) is a uniquely Canadian organization for forensic nurses to communicate and bridge the distances between us. We were approved as an emerging special interest group of the Canadian Nurses Association in July 2007. FNSC is an organization for nurses who work to prevent violence and/or reduce its consequences (e.g. nurses working with victims of violence, trauma, crime and disaster; forensic psychiatric or correctional populations, or death investigation).

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Recent News & Events

Fundamental Principles and Techniques of Forensic Science Conference April 2015

The IAFN Washington State Chapter presents:  Fundamental Principles and Techniques of Forensic Science – April 27 & 28, 2015 This conference is designed for the [read more]

2015 Sexual Assault/ Domestic Violence Clinical Education Forum

The Ontario Network of SA/DV Treatment Centres invites you to their annual forum, focused on professional development and skill building for professionals working with victim survivors [read more]

BCIT Pediatric Examiner Sexual Violence Core Education Spring 2015

The next Pediatric Examiner course to be offered at BCIT Forensic Health Sciences.  This is the second offering of this landmark course  and will be [read more]

Executive

Susan Short 2011
Past-President
2014-15

Susan Short (BC)

Judy Waldman
President
2014-17

Judy Waldman (Ontario)

Shelley Hiebert
Treasurer
2013-2015

Shelley Hiebert (AB)

Kelly1
Education-Communications Coordinator
2014-16

Kelly Branchi (BC)

Kirsten Simpson
Secretary
2014-16

Kristen Simpson (BC)

SMITH, Ashley
Membership Coordinator
2014-16

Ashley Smith (MB)