The Children’s Safety Network is hosting a webinar March 20th from 2-3:30 pm MT, Recognizing and Responding to Trauma: The ACE Study and Trauma-Informed Care. The session is part of their 2014 webinar series, Improving the Mental and Emotional Well-Being of Communities Through the National Prevention Strategy.

I’m in court this week AND trying to finish off a brand new curriculum (a project I can’t wait to talk more about–just not yet), so it was a busy weekend prepping and writing. There were a few things, though, that caught my eye in moments of downtime. So here’s what I’ve been reading since […]

I love FHO readers–the emails I received about last week’s choice were comical to say the least. If only I could get you to share them with one another [sigh]. I taught for the Army this week, and amidst some fantastic questions was the issue of bruising. Made me realize it was high time for […]

This month’s pediatric offering from Tribal Forensic Health is on child sexual exploitation. The session will be held March 12th from 3-4:30pm ET, and as with all webinars in this project, CEUs and CMEs are available. The inimitable Dr. Sharon Cooper will be presenting, so it should be a great talk. No description for the […]

Time once again for Articles of Note, a look at some of the newest literature published in the peer-reviewed journals with the last 30(ish) days. There’s a lot to look at this month, although most of it requires a subscription or library access, sadly. It’s a pretty diverse lot this month, so you’ll want to […]

I have been working on a project for many months now. As a part of that project I have put together a fairly large electronic library on IPV. I have taken that library, indexed it and modified it for FHO readers, because that’s the sort of thing people ask for. So if you click through […]

Sorry I missed you all on Friday–I stole away for a weekend with my kiddo. I don’t need to tell you how special that kind of time is. So not much work happened this weekend. But lots of reading did–airport delays and all that leave plenty of time for scanning my Twitter feed. I thought […]

The Tribal Forensic Healthcare project’s pediatrics webinar for February is Child Abuse at the Extreme: Torture. Dr. Barbara Knox will be the featured speaker. It will be held February 11th from 3-4:30 ET. As with all sessions offered by this project, CEUs and CMEs are available, free of charge. Sessions are available in the archive if […]

The Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center is offering a webinar February 12th, Tips for Testifying in Child Abuse Cases. The session will be held from 1-3pm CT and it would appear that CEs are available for this one for both docs and nurses.

With trips to 3 different continents in the next 3 months on the books (along with multiple trips within the US on the calendar) I am not complaining about my time at home. It is, in fact, the exact right time to be at home for an extended stretch, what with major project deadlines looming. […]

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