If we are going to be totally honest with one another, last week was a crap one. I was glad for it all to be done, and my hope is that this week brings good better news (I won’t be greedy). I’m heading back on the road tomorrow: to FLETC for the Air Force, then on […]
The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault has an upcoming webinar: Language Matters from Reporting to Healing. The session will be held April 26th from 10-11:30 am CT. Click through for details:
In 2010 the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (a project of Polaris) published tools to assist clinicians in assessing human trafficking victims. In February of this year, they updated these resources. Aside from the algorithm, there are also several other docs that should prove to be helpful. A good focus for future staff or multidisciplinary team meetings, […]
We were focused on the social this weekend–catching up with friends and planning a get-together for Tuesday evening (not to mention planning the menu for our first Seder later this month). Yesterday had its lazy moments, though, and for the first time in a long time, we sat in front of our fireplace (because it’s *snowed* this weekend) […]
Navigating Notification: A Guide to Re-engaging Sexual Assault Survivors Affected by the Untested Rape Kit Backlog
April 7, 2016 | Leave a Comment
New from the Joyful Heart Foundation—Navigating Notification: A Guide to Re-engaging Sexual Assault Survivors Affected by the Untested Rape Kit Backlog (PDF). It’s the latest in a string of docs and webinars focused on this topic. Worth checking out.
Time once again for Articles of Note, your (almost) monthly guide to what’s new in the peer-reviewed literature. Keep in mind this is an overview of what’s piqued my interest, not a comprehensive list of everything relevant, so I encourage you to check out what else is available. Click through for the Word doc with active […]
Well, now here is a subject near and dear to many of our hearts: Reimbursement and Payment Strategies in DV Health Partnerships is an upcoming webinar being offered by Futures Without Violence. It will be held April 14th from 2-3:30pm ET. Click through for details:
After a lovely week in the mountains with my kid, I am back at home for a startling 3 weeks(ish), finding all of the travel scheduled for this month either postponed or otherwise resolved. No complaints because it is full-on spring in DC, one of the loveliest times of the year here. I spent *a […]
SAFEta has one other webinar this spring: Privacy Considerations in Sexual Assault. The session will be an update of the popular webinar offered in 2010. The webinar will be held May 11th at 1pm ET. Jessica Mindlin from the Victim Rights Law Center will be the featured speaker. Register here.
Futures Without Violence has a webinar coming up next week, Beyond Screening: A Patient-Centered Approach to Domestic Violence. The session will be held April 4th from 2-3pm PT. Click through for details: