It’s time once again for Articles of Note, your monthly guide to what’s new in the peer-reviewed literature. Keep in mind that this isn’t an exhaustive list, just what’s caught my attention and feels particularly relevant (at least to the work I do). As always, there’s so much more out there, so spend some time […]

I’m at Maxwell AFB today for a quick lecture before heading back to DC. It was a reserve weekend for Sasha, which meant a work weekend for me (when I wasn’t traveling), so not much in the way of downtime. But when I was in need of some distraction, the interwebs provided plenty of fodder. […]

The Tribal Forensic Health Project has a pediatrics webinar coming up, Pediatric Head Trauma. The session will be held September 17th from 3-4:30 ET. As with all of their sessions, it will be archived for those of you who can’t attend live. CEUs and CMEs are available. Click through for details:

IAFN has a new online course available for CE, Surviving the Streets: Experiences of LGBTQ Youth, YMSM, YWSW Engaged in Survival Sex. 1.0 ANCC contact hours are available, and the cost is $15 for members, $30, non-members. Click through for all the details (including the meaning of the acronyms, because I know some of you […]

Medscape has an online CE offering available based on the AAP updated guidelines on child physical abuse (PDF) released last April. As with all Medscape offerings, you must sign in to access (it’s free to register for an account).  0.25 credits are available for physicians and nurses.

After a terrific course in San Antonio last week it’s good to get back to the office and get my in-box in order, attempt to get a handle on new projects, and geek out on data waiting for review. It was an unusually social weekend for me (once I made it back from Texas, that […]

I’m at Ft Sam Houston this week, so it’ll be a long one for me. I’ll be packing a lot into my time on the road, but I’ll try and keep posts pretty regular. It felt like there was a lot of interesting stuff to read this weekend, and I spent my flight perusing articles I’d set […]

Wow, there is a lot to read in the journals right now. If you do any kind of work in the area of interpersonal violence, it’s like Christmas (or I suppose purgatory, if you do not love the idea of curling up with a stack of journal articles–take your pic). I’m especially tickled to see […]

August is such an odd month, full of transition. Getting the kid back to school, thinking about my own transition as I begin wrapping up this gig (what’s next? being my very favorite question, and a seriously legit one for me right now), making some decisions about how and where I want to spend my […]

How is it August already? Hard to believe my sweet kid heads back to (high) school in less than 2 weeks and the summer is winding down. It was pretty quiet around DC this weekend, and I spent a bit of time playing catch up. There’s still more to read, but here’s what caught my […]

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