Time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly review of what’s new and noteworthy in the peer-reviewed literature. This is a particularly good list–there’s just so much that’s interesting in the journals right now. As always, email me if you want the word doc. Otherwise the embedded doc should have working hyperlinks (thank you [...]
Our next valued resource offered up by an FHO reader comes from our colleague Michelle Ortiz, who runs the SANE program at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. Here’s what Michelle tells me about a resource they developed, the bruise color bars:
Time once again for this month’s Articles of Note, a review of some of what has caught my eye from the recently published peer-reviewed literature. Please keep in mind this is not exhaustive, just some of what I am currently reading this month. You’ll note that there are several free full-text articles in this month’s [...]
How is it possible I went most of the summer without posting one of these? Embarrassing. What follows is what’s caught my eye from the August/September/October journals (with a couple of late July articles tossed in for good measure). As always, this is not an exhaustive list, but I do have to say, it’s a pretty [...]
I love that the US Department of Health and Human Services is hosting this webinar (as part of Healthy People 2020): Spotlight on LGBT Health: Transgender Health Issues. If your knowledge of how to best assess and care for transgender patients is lacking, this looks like it will help fill the gap. The webinar will be held [...]
January 18, 2012 | Leave a Comment
The National Child Protection Training Center has a webinar coming up on abusive head trauma. Preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome by Educating Caregivers is being offered on January 30th, 2pm CT. Space is limited to 100, so if you’re interested, register ASAP.
What could be better on a Monday morning than an STD slideshow? Right. I figure this 1st day back to work post-Christmas, I’d give you all something easy. Especially since so many folks are off this week. Over at Medscape they have this slideshow, and while it’s more diagnosis and management than many of you need, [...]
Time once again for Articles of Note. All of these are from the September/October/November issues and electronic previews. As always, please keep in mind this in no way a comprehensive list; simply items that have caught my attention from a selection of peer-reviewed journals. Links lead to PubMed abstracts; from there you can choose what’s [...]
The Forensic Nurses’ Society of Canada is sponsoring a free webinar on forensic injury assessment. The webinar will be held September 8th at 11am ET. Preregistration is required.
May 17, 2010 | 1 Comment
Medscape has a new CME offering, Common Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. Physicians can earn 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 credits (sorry nurses, no CEUs on this one). “This article focuses on two common vulvovaginal problems in the pediatric patient: vulvovaginitis and accidental genital trauma. Common infectious pathogens and treatments are reviewed along with [...]