Jennifer Green MSN-FN BSN BA RN SANE-A
Jennifer Green is a nurse, who has worked for Saint Luke's Health System since 2000 in the areas of Intensive Care, the Emergency Department, and Critical Care. She is currently the Clinical Forensic Care Program Manager for the Saint Luke's Health System over 16 hospitals that range from level one trauma center to rural and community hospitals. She has been a certified SANE (or sexual assault nurse examiner) and Forensic Nurse since 2008 and has worked with patients who have experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking, strangulation, child abuse/neglect, elder abuse/neglect, and assault. She completed a Master's of Science in Nursing degree, with a Specialization in Forensic Nursing in 2019 and is currently pursuing her Doctorate. She is an expert in sexual assault, neurobiology of trauma, trauma informed care, strangulation, choking and suffocation and has trained more than 4000 police officers, prosecutors, advocates, and health care professionals in anatomy, physiology, assessment, and documentation of strangulation, choking, and suffocation and provides expert testimony in multiple jurisdiction in Kansas City. She sits on the Medical Advisor Pediatric Strangulation Sub-Group of the Alliance for Hope International and has offered training at the Institute of Strangulation Prevention in San Diego on the topic of pediatric strangulation choking and suffocation.