Frequently Asked Questions
Is this site part of a project or organization?
Nope. It’s independently run by founder and editor, Jenifer Markowitz. All opinions are expressly those of the author, and do not represent the opinions of any affiliated organizations or agencies.
Why do it then?
An overwhelming desire to improve the way we care for victims of violence in the healthcare setting, coupled with an understanding of the challenges we all have in accessing continuing education. Patients get better care when clinicians are current and competent. I hope this site contributes to both of those things, making access to quality educational content convenient and cheap.
How can I find out more about how to obtain your services for teaching, consulting or expert witness testimony?
Please contact me to obtain a fee schedule and/or discuss details of the work.
Do you receive compensation for maintaining this site?
I accept advertising and am always happy to be the recipient of goodies I can pass along to my readers. Ads cover the cost of hosting, for which I am grateful. If you’d like to advertise with FHO, please contact me: email@example.com.
Do you accept guest posts?
Absolutely, but all posts have to be specific to the aims of the site. And I get veto authority—because I’m a control freak.
How can I keep up with all the content on this site? There’s a lot to slog through here.
I encourage you to sign up for email updates that will dump new content into your in-box every day there are new posts (usually M-F) OR add our URL to your RSS feed and get updates on your reader of choice.
Is this a site exclusively for clinicians?
No, although they’re the the main audience. You’ll see Multidisciplinary in the Topics list on the left side of the page, and there you’ll find content useful to victim advocates, law enforcement, attorneys, etc.
Will you publicize my event?
Only if it’s virtual, or if you’re rebroadcasting your live event online, via podcast or webcast. And only if it’s of value to forensic clinicians and allied professionals.
Where do you find the time to keep this site up to date if it’s not your full-time job?
I have just one word for you: mania.
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