With everything that’s happened in the last 6 weeks, I’ve gotten a bit behind in a few areas, including FHO. So this is a pretty robust Articles of Note, with lots to peruse. I was particularly pleased to see so many familiar faces among the authors in this round. Click through for the Word doc […]

NIJ has a new publication available examining the prevalence rate of campus sexual assault in the US. Read the research review here; check out the infographic here.

Another Monday morning post, another long list of articles about the latest mass shooting. Only this one has the distinction of being the worst the US has ever seen, and this was my community that was targeted. The only thing we could do yesterday was head down to the Pride Festival here in DC and […]

NSVRC is hosting a Q&A session on sexual violence in later life with Holly Ramsey-Klawsnik. The session will be held June 15th at 2pm ET. Questions were gathered from the field, and others will be taken from the audience at the time of the webinar. Click through for a sample of Dr. Ramsey-Klawsnik’s written work:

Slowly getting back into my previously scheduled life; it was a Reserve weekend, so I had plenty of time to dick around online while Sash was working. I was also supposed to be working this weekend, but my heart just wasn’t in it, as it turns out. So here’s what caught my eye since last […]

Once again I am looking at a week that is not my own, albeit for very different reasons than last. A lot of time away from home, but with built-in periods of surfable time, I was at least assured of getting today’s post up. Here’s what provided some momentary distraction since last we spoke:

I have updated the ACEs clinical guide with some new offerings from the CDC, including updated ACEs journal articles by topic and presentation graphics. Enjoy!

I’m in San Antonio this week, and my schedule is not my own, so we’ll so how postings go. But since I don’t work on planes, I had plenty of time to peruse my social media feeds. Here’s what caught my eye since last we spoke:

For those of you who are interested, the DoD’s annual report on sexual assault is now available (PDF). Service Women’s Action Network has a response up on their FB page if you’re interested; more news coverage here, but as of this posting, not too many media outlets have picked it up yet.

As I mentioned last week, the new National Protocol for Sexual Abuse Medical Forensic Examinations: Pediatric is now available. Over at the KidsTA site, they will be hosting a webinar to officially introduce the document to the professional community. The session will be held June 16th at 3:30pm ET. Click through for details:

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