{Don’t forget to enter our anniversary giveaway here!} The PBS series, American Experience, has a new documentary airing tonight: Tales from the Poisoner’s Handbook (check local listings; it’ll also be available online) and an interactive website to go with it. Those of you who are members of AAFS have undoubtedly received the emails about it […]

Check out this new (brief) video about the science of neglect from the nice folks at the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard. I promise it’s worth the 6 minutes: You can see all of their multimedia resources here. {h/t ACEs Too High}

I mentioned the MORE article in a recent Since Last We Spoke post, but yesterday, the survey they featured exploring the relationship between domestic violence and chronic health conditions was formally discussed at a Capitol Hill briefing sponsored by the magazine and the Verizon Foundation. As part of that briefing they also released a really […]

Piggybacking on the release of this excellent document (at least in my mind–don’t know if that’s actually the way this was conceived), allow me to link you one of the newer elearning options available through NSVRC, Maturing Your Services: Advocating for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Later Life. Don’t let the word advocating put you off, […]

On Critics and Criticism

November 12, 2013 | 4 Comments

There’s something I want to talk about that follows-up on a post I published prior to going to Anaheim a couple weeks ago. It also ties in nicely with some tough experiences friends around the country are going through right now. And that is this: putting something new into the world, changing something up, will inevitably […]

I am currently hopscotching my way back across the country after stealing a weekend with my spouse in Santa Fe (post-awesome week of SANE training in Montana). Plenty of time to catch up on some reading since I did not do anything even related to work while down there (hello Canyon Road., hello silver jewelry, […]

 I’m pretty bad at saying no in my professional life, but I’m getting better. Many of the people I love in this world are also pretty bad about saying no, so this post is as much for them as it is for me. Saying no can be scary, especially when you’re on your own, but […]

The Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council released their report, Confronting Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the US this week. There’s a research brief to accompany the full report, along with a slide deck for briefing.

Trust me, I know that I owe you folks some Since Last We Spoke posts, but the fact is, right now I am marathon working so that I can be on the road most of the week and then come home, switch suitcases and swap dirty laundry for clean and then get back on a […]

Slow Down

July 26, 2013 | Leave a Comment

I was supposed to have an Articles of Note post up yesterday, but in the mad race of this week, it just didn’t happen. But that’s not the purpose of this post–I’ll have it up next week and that will be that. No, the purpose of the post is to share a little food for […]

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