This weekend was all about the Army 10-Miler. Prepping for, running and then recovering from the race (which truthfully looked a whole lot like eating everything we could get our hands on for a 12-hour period). It was a great run (always inspiring), we shaved 10 minutes off our last race time, and while I […]

I mentioned in Monday’s post that the Society for Women’s Health Research had a new campaign, #BeyondtheBruises. This is a campaign geared toward raising awareness about the healthcare impact of domestic violence, so it’s a great resource for sharing with other members of your provider community. Of note: there’s a 5ish minute video included as […]

How many more of these posts can I do that start out with a host of links to the latest round-up of articles on mass shootings? You know what–don’t answer that. I don’t want to know. Because I know this isn’t my last one. Once again, I reiterate, we are gun-owning, military household. Not trying […]

This site chronicles the vast majority of my professional life in one way or another. It’s easy to track my wanderings here, and most of how I spend my time is a pretty open book. However, a couple evenings a month, removed from much of this world, I grab my stethoscope and go see patients at […]

The next adult-focused webinar in the series over at the Tribal Forensic Healthcare project is on elder abuse. It’ll be held October 7th from 3-4:30pm. As with all of their sessions, CEs are available, and it will be archived, so no worries if you can’t participate live. Click through for details:

VAWnet has a new collection available: the Intersections Between Intimate Partner Violence and HIV/AIDS. While this is not a collection geared specifically toward healthcare providers, there’s plenty that is clinically relevant. It’s worth your time to sift through the multitude of resources here.

The Battered Women’s Justice Project is hosting a webinar, The Detroit Sexual Assault Kit (SAK) Action Research Project (ARP). It will be held October 5th from 1:30-3pm CT. Dr. Rebecca Campbell and Kimberly Hurst, Executive Director of the Wayne County Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program, will be the featured speakers. Click through for details:

I confess I’m feeling a little short on happy talk today, so maybe we’ll skip the usual beginning of the week pleasantries and get right into it. Let’s check out what caught my eye since last we spoke:

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, […]

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