Lots of reading this weekend, so it’s a good list. But before I put it up, a quick reminder (again), since I got a nastygram from a reader who disliked one of the articles I posted last week: just because I read it doesn’t mean I agree with it. Everything on this site, be it articles in posts like this or webinar offerings or full-length reports, should be read with the understanding that, unless it is accompanied by a clear endorsement from me, is not actually an endorsement. This site is for information sharing. FHO readers are a smart bunch–you guys will decide what is relevant and what is valid for your own practices. That being said, here’s what I’ve been reading since last we spoke:

Rape Culture Is: Know It When You See It (Huffington Post)

Silence Is the Enemy in Ending Sexual Violence (Huffington Post)

The Lost Art of the Unsent Angry Letter (NY Times)

I Refuse to Be Busy (NY Times)

Introducing yourself to patients is a patient safety issue (Kevin MD)

Murder Charges Dismissed in Mississippi Stillbirth Case (RH Reality Check)

Christian Colleges Have a Sexual Assault Problem (RH Reality Check)

From Washington to Westeros, how rape plays out on TV (Washington Post)

Before Relisha Rudd went missing, the 8-year-old longed to escape D.C.’s homeless shelter (Washington Post)

The “Angry” Patient – A Primer for Physicians (The American Resident Project)

How to Lie with Rape Statistics: America’s Hidden Rape Crisis (Social Science Research Network)

Can Doctors Speak Their Minds Without Getting Into Trouble? Medscape—requires free log-in)

Code Chaos (The Weekly Standard)

Boston Doctors Can Now Prescribe Bike Share Membership To Patients (Co.exist)

Florida Becomes the Harshest State for Sex Offenders (AlJazeera America)

Cop tells her story of childhood abuse (Post-Tribune)

Domestic Violence in ‘The Long Goodbye’ (Bitch Flicks)

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  1. jacqui callari on April 8, 2014 7:17 am

    For the past 2 years I have been practicing the art of “The Lost art of the Unsent Angry Letter, NYT. To date I have complied at least 75 letters hidden away in my computer, like Carrie’s letters from Big. My favorite quote is, “That process alone was a way of exercising self-control — twice over”. This process has taught me self control and given me a sense of empathy both for myself and the letter’s intended recipient. Thank you for sharing, Jen…… jacqui

  2. Phyllis Van Order on April 8, 2014 9:41 am

    I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your willingness to share such varied information with us! THANK YOU!!!
    Phyllis

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