The Midwest Regional CAC has a multidisciplinary webinar coming up: Medical Care of Child Sex Abuse Victims. The session will be held October 22nd at 1pm CT. This offering comes with 2 hours of CMEs (also POST credits and social work, but astonishingly, no nursing credits). Click through for details, as well as information on […]

A reader asked for options for educational offerings on sexually transmitted infections in suspected child sexual abuse cases. You’re in luck–I have a couple. One is an archived webinar from the Tribal Forensic Healthcare project, and it has CEU/CMEs available (expires 3/16/16). The National Children’s Advocacy Center also has an archived webinar; no continuing education credits […]

I have updated the clinical guide, Determining the Age of Bruising. It’s one of our more popular one (I send a lot of lawyers there, in particular), so I’m glad to have had the opportunity to overhaul this one. There’s some new research, plus I am trying to slowly get all of them in a […]

Here’s an intriguing webinar being offered next week for all of you policy people: Effectively Addressing Policy Challenges in Implementing Integrated Care for Child Trauma. It’s being offered by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network on September 29th at 11:30am PT. Click through for the (somewhat vague) description of the session:

If, like me, you didn’t have the opportunity to travel to LA last month for the National Sexual Assault Conference (and I’m beyond excited that in 2016 it will be in DC since I haven’t been in some time), click through for videos of some of the plenary sessions from the conference, including Valerie Jarrett, […]

You may have noticed I took some time away from the site last week. I don’t usually disappear like that, but looming deadlines coupled with some time away to celebrate my dad’s accomplishments in the 216 meant that this site got a bit neglected. Frankly I needed the space, so it was good to have […]

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 […]

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