Date/Time: 
05/28/2010 (All day)
Location
Address: 

Jackson Community, North Park (across from Jackson High School on Fulton Rd. N.W.) Jackson Township

City: 
North Canton
Country: 
253
Description: 

1:30-5:30 PM

Free Picnic, Music and Entertainment following the March Guest Speakers: Pastor Willie Timpleton, Pastor Allen Roper, Pastor Sheldon Brown, Robert D. Boyd Jr., Ryan Hodges.

Join us, as we raise awareness and support for a new law that would require monitoring devices in all school vehicles. Let’s work towards changing the laws to ensure the protection and safety of all children. If you can’t walk, bring your chair and a sign to the park.

Bernadine Wade’s seven year old, special needs daughter was sexually assaulted repeatedly as she rode the school van from her home in North Canton to school in Jackson Township. Although, the teenaged perpetrator who assaulted Ms. Wade’s daughter admitted to the crime, was found guilty, and served time in a juvenile facility, neither the Jackson School officials nor Jackson Schools Transportation Department officials will acknowledge that the incident even occurred. Why? Because legally, they don’t have to. According to Ohio law, school bus/van drivers are only responsible for transporting children to and from school. They are not responsible for what happens to the children while they are on the bus or van. Under this law, children are not protected against sexual abuse, assault, or any other violation while riding a school bus or van.

Contact Bernadine at 330-361-4129 or email at: hecaughtmytears@gmail.com

Date/Time: 
09/12/2009 (All day) to 09/13/2009 (All day)
Location
Address: 

Hilton Garden Inn

City: 
Cincinnati
Country: 
253
Sponsoring Agency: 
Jurex Center for Legal Nurse Consulting
Description: 

Live Course

Objectives:

  • List five services a Professional Legal Nurse Consultant can provide.
  • Identify the two top reasons for becoming a Professional Legal Nurse Consultant.
  • Describe four cost effective tools to market your PLNC practice.
  • Outline the essential parts of a consulting contract.
  • Describe the four elements of a medical/nursing practice lawsuit.
  • List six legal terms to incorporate into your PLNC™ practice.
  • Identify the five most common standards of care issues in lawsuits.
  • Develop responses to the five most common standards of care issues in lawsuits.
  • Describe key research techniques for use in reviewing medical legal cases.
  • List the ten essential deposition strategies.


Course Includes:

  • Professional Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Test
  • Frameable PLNC Certificate
  • PLNC Certification Course Book
  • Listing for one year on the Jurex Expert Directory
  • Participation discounts on future programs
  • Free E-Newsletter subscription with articles and tips on growing your PLNC practice
  • Free one year membership in Association of Professional Legal Nurse Consultants (APLNC)
Date/Time: 
06/23/2009 (All day) to 06/24/2009 (All day)
Location
Address: 

4807 Evanswood Drive, Suite 201

City: 
Columbus
Postal Code: 
43229
Country: 
253
Sponsoring Agency: 
Ohio Domestic Violence Network
Description: 

Join us as we take our work to the next level by addressing the importance of cultural sensitivity and appropriateness in our sexual violence prevention efforts.  Nationally known speakers, Sujata Warrier, Director of the New York City Program for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, and Loretta Ross, National Coordinator of SisterSong, will address cultural competency as well as sexual violence through a human rights framework. Local presenters will share their innovative ideas and give effective techniques on working inclusively with specific populations including teens, men and boys, and LGBTQI youth. Specific workshops will also focus on best practices regarding working within school systems and among diverse community partners.

This conference will also allow for networking with other prevention specialists, information about policy initiatives, and valuable take home resources that you can apply directly to your work.  With the economic climate we are all facing, we will learn not only how to do more with less, but how to do BETTER with less.

We hope that this conference provides a bridge by which we may cross from our own experience to that of others and back, along the way discovering our similarities, developing a respect for our differences, and in the end embracing the diversity of each individual.

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