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The forensic nursing community has lost a great friend and colleague, Lydia Vandiver. Our thoughts and prayers are with Lydia’s family, her colleagues and her community. She loved this work and I am personally grateful I had the opportunity to get to know her. She will be missed.
“Hell, there are no rules here – we’re trying to accomplish something.” Thomas A. Edison (via swissmiss)
Our thoughts are with our friends and colleagues in Boston. With those of you who ran, or had family or friends running; those of you at the scene; those of you on the squads; and those of you working in the Emergency Departments and trauma units. Here’s to finding some peace amidst the chaos, some [...]
Well, folks–we have gotten to the point where an actual site redesign is a possibility. Time to take this thing from a blog with a ridiculous amount of information to trawl through to an actual website that is intended to make information easily accessible and user friendly. Over the next 3-4 months I will be [...]
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Mark your calendar: the inaugural Forensic Journal Club is coming up 12 February. Find all the information you need to participate here. I am mired in bureaucracy today. The kind of head-shaking, migraine-inducing, make-you-feel-kind-of-stabby bureaucracy that causes me to wonder, how is it possible that we as a people are able to get anything done? I [...]
Okay, so it’s one of several big changes happening in my world, but I wanted to make sure I let folks know: today is my last day as Medical Advisor at AEquitas. I have spent more than 3 incredible years working with this group, and I will look forward to occasionally teaching and consulting for [...]
I am going to take the next few days off to finish up last-minute wedding details, bake for the holidays and just generally enjoy friends and family. I will be back on the 26th with fresh content and news from my corner of the globe. Until then, here’s wishing all who celebrate it a very [...]
Today is my partner’s birthday. We applied for our marriage license today. Plenty of reasons for joy. Lots to be grateful for. But I have to tell you–as a parent, a healthcare provider and a citizen of this country I am filled with grief in the wake of the devastation in Connecticut and that is [...]