Forensic Nursing Science

Forensic nurses generally work in hospitals and are ready to receive calls from the police force. Some of these nurses work with non-profit organizations that serve victims of crime by providing free or low-cost medical care. It is the practice of nursing universally when health and legal systems intersect. Victims of violence and abuse require care from a health professional that is trained to treat the trauma associated other forms of intentional injury. These nurses are also a critical resource for anti-violence efforts. They also help in collecting evidence and give witness that can be used in a court of law to arrest or prosecute culprits who commit fierce and rude acts.