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 [...]
A quick post to wish everyone a happy Nurses Day (in the US, or International Nurses Day, which is Sunday–you pick). I’m heading out the door to SoCal for a couple different stops with the Marines (1st defense, then prosecution, so should be a lively week), but I managed to get a little reading done [...]
Time for this month’s Articles of Note, where we give you some of the latest published research from the peer reviewed journals. As always this is not an exhaustive list, just some of the eye catching stuff. For those of you working with the elder population, this is an especially good month for you.
I just arrived at Ft. Bragg, anticipating a fantastic workshop tomorrow on expert testimony with the folks down here. Should be a very full, very fun day spent on one of my favorite topics. Prep has centered around that (and our 1st live Sustainability course, which happened this afternoon), so not a lot of time [...]
NCVLI is hosting a webinar March 27th from 12-1:30 pm PT: The Hurdles Victims of Human Trafficking Face. The session is part of their Protecting Polyvictims Rights Project.
By now you’ve undoubtedly heard about the guilty verdict in Steubenville. You can read any variety of news coverage of the trial, so I am not going to post articles about the proceedings here (although kudos to the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence and NSVRC for their excellent daily recaps [188.8.131.52 and their commentary on the verdict]). [...]
This weekend gave us a glimpse of spring here in the DC area, so I spent as much time as possible outside. However, I am prepping for a quick trip to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area (hope to some of you there–we’ll be talking about testimony, one of my favorite subjects!), so I wasn’t entirely unplugged. [...]
Today is International Women’s Day, and in the spirit of the day I thought I would post a TED talk by Sheryl WuDunn. If you’ve never read her book, Half the Sky (co-authored with her husband, Nicholas Kristof), I encourage you to do so. There’s also a new Half the Sky game on Facebook, for [...]
Time once again for Articles of Note, some of the research that has caught my eye from peer-reviewed journals in the field. As always, this is not a comprehensive outline of every relevant study, just the stuff that looks interesting to me. Scribd is giving me fits, so I have bagged using it this month; [...]
I am heading to Sydney today, and while I am hoping to keep posts fairly regular for the week, please bear with me. My intention is also to tweet from the conference where I am able, so look for that, as well. This weekend my kiddo was in town, so it was mostly play time [...]