January 31, 2011 | Leave a Comment
Okay, gang, commence with the collective eye rolling: time once again for an evaluation offering. I know, I know–not the most popular of subjects on this site. And yet, I still force feed you them. Why? One, because I’m a giant nerd, and I think evaluation is cool and super interesting; and two, you can’t [...]
Apologies for the lack of posts, but my travel schedule has just ramped up significantly. I am not kidding when I say between now and the last week of April I am on the road *every* week. That’s not complaining, mind you, just the reality of my world. I just got back from a really [...]
The Oregon Men Against Violence Initiative is hosting a webinar, Men in the Movement: Risk, Rewards and Complexities. The webinar will be held February 2nd from 11-12:30 PT. It’s a great opportunity to have a conversation about men’s roles in preventing and responding to violence against women. Patrick Lemmon (disclosure: I’m a big fan) and [...]
More indictments in this case as local officials and a hospital administrator are charged with felonies. Medcsape has the overview. You can read previous posts on the case here, here, and here.
WCSAP has a new issue of their prevention publication out, whose theme is Bystanders: Agents of Primary Prevention (PDF). I always enjoy their publications, so I am looking forward to checking it out on the plane back from Montana (I’m teaching a SART training here this week–very fun).
Peace@Work has an upcoming webinar: Recent Workplace Violence Cases Review. The webinar will take place January 26th from 2:30-3:30pm. From the site: “This webinar will review the recent cases of workplace violence to discuss warning signs, potential threat assessments and to foster dialog on prevention…
BWJP is hosting a free webinar, The Department of Defense Response to Intimate Partner Violence. The webinar will be held February 10th from 3-4:30 ET, but registration closes February 8th, so plan ahead.
January 17, 2011 | Leave a Comment
ReachMD has a podcast on new directions in the delivery of CME content that might be pretty interesting for those of you who plan conferences and other educational offerings. Especially if you’re trying to do it on a tight (or non-existent) budget. For the nurses and other professionals reading, don’t let all the doctor-speak scare [...]
January 14, 2011 | 1 Comment
OVC and BJA have issued a new e-learning tool, the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Strategy and Operations e-Guide. It provides: Direction and development to form new anti-human trafficking Task Forces Ideas to strengthen existing anti-human trafficking Task Forces Creative strategies, examples, and lessons learned from existing Task Forces Links to valued tools, trainings, and resources
Last summer NIJ hosted a panel at their conference on the forensic aspects of elder abuse. Several clinicians, including past IAFN president, Susan Chasson, participated in the panel. They were nice enough to turn it into a podcast, which you can listen to here.