Oh, to be home for 3 full weeks! Just in time to celebrate the girl child’s 14th birthday, the spouse’s new job (hello, DOJ!), and just generally immerse myself with some quality time amongst my people. Luxury! I have an additional 14 year old in my house this week, making things a bit more chaotic than […]

No introduction needed, but pay close attention to the emphasis Dr. Campbell places on the importance of the healthcare component of the medical-forensic exam:

The Tribal Forensic Healthcare project has a webinar coming up on the Neurobiology of Trauma in Pediatric Patients. The session will be held August 6th from 2-3:30pm ET. As with all webinars from this project, CEUs and CMEs will be available. Click through for details:

Time once again for Articles of Note, my monthly romp through the peer-reviewed literature. Keep in mind this isn’t an exhaustive list, just what looks most relevant to practice through my own lens. All links take you to PubMed, save for the single, designated free, full-text article. Feel free to share with colleagues, just please […]

Heading down to Maxwell AFB this week for some quality time a hot minute with the JAGs. In the thick of major projects here with the Army so probably best I’m not away too long. I came home from the NAC to a very quiet house–no kid, no spouse, no pup, so plenty of time to […]

I had a reader request for a foundational child abuse webinar to view with a diverse group of hospital-based healthcare providers. The Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers has multiple archived webinars available, including this one, presented by Dr. Carole Jenny earlier in the year, Medical Child Abuse and Medical Neglect: A Spectrum of Parent Behavior. Bonus: CMEs […]

I’m late to this, but I love the links to the research, and it does a great job of tearing down some of the common myths–Five Studies: What You Need to Know About Transgenderism, According to the Research. Consider this as a potential conversation starter at one of your next staff meetings, then head over to […]

I’m heading out later today for one of my favorite courses of the year–our testimony course at the NAC. It’ll be a packed week, but it’s always great getting to spend such intensive time with colleagues on a topic I absolutely love. It should also be a good way to recharge my battery a bit, […]

It was quite the festive weekend for us, as you might imagine. And although the weather wasn’t wholly conducive to the mood, yesterday was cool and sunny and perfect for celebrating with family and friends. I couldn’t keep myself off the Interwebs, though, what with all of the coverage of the Supreme Court’s decision and the resulting reactions […]

The Washington Post had a brief piece yesterday by Dr. Jim Hopper on the neurobiology of trauma. It would be a great article to share with your SART or members of your emergency department staff for discussion at an inservice training. 

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