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Richmond Hill City Center|Richmond Hill

February 3-4, 2020

Photo Credit: Lucinda Doyle Shultz

Poster Authors


Shantee Henry, MSN, RN

Affiliation: Georgia College and State University, School of Nursing

Poster Title: The Effect of an Evidence-Based, Grant-Funded Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Clinical Skills Training Program on Knowledge, Competence, and Self-Efficacy

Shantee Henry, has been a nurse for 34 years. Her nursing background is in critical care, hospital management, and nursing education. Shantee holds a Master of Science Degree in Nursing, and she is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at Georgia College and State University. Currently, Shantee is the ANE-Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) grant coordinator at Georgia College and State University. The purpose of the ANE-SANE program is to increase the number of certified SANEs, specifically in rural areas of Georgia. Shantee is an active member of the Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses (GAFN), Academy of Forensic Nursing (AFN), and the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN).


Dr. Amanda K. Gilmore

Affiliation: Georgia State University, School of Public Health

Title - Poster 1 of 2: Usability testing of a mobile health intervention to address acute care needs after sexual assault

Co-Authors and Affiliations: 

Daniel W. Oesterle & Ruschelle M. Leone,

Georgia State University, School of Public Health

Tatiana M. Davidson, Medical University of South Carolina

Title - Poster 2 of 2: Sexual Assault Characteristics and Reporting Status Among Men Receiving a Forensic Medical Examination

Co-Authors and Affiliations: 

Daniel W. Oesterle & Grace B. McKee,

Georgia State University, School of Public Health

Dr. Kathy Gill-Hopple, Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. Amanda Gilmore is a clinical psychologist and an assistant professor in the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development and the department of Health Policy & Behavioral Sciences in the School of Public Health at Georgia State University. She is also affiliated with the Department of Psychology and the Center for Research on Interpersonal Violence. Dr. Gilmore’s research interests primarily focus on the development and testing of (1) integrated prevention programs for alcohol and drug use, sexual assault, and sexual risk behaviors among high-risk groups including adolescents, college students, and service members, (2) innovative technology-based interventions to improve the rate of treatment access and decrease treatment drop-out among underserved populations; and (3) secondary prevention programs for individuals who experienced recent sexual assault.