Sexual Assault

Weekly Wrap-Up @ the Sustainability Blog

I wanted to point you toward a couple interesting items over at the sustainability site this week:

I’ve also posted another document on the Canada page that non-Canadian readers may also want to peruse: research on sexual assault and unconsciousness.

Next week (and for the better part of the rest of the month), we will be looking back at some of the best offerings from 2009 here at FHO, and maybe kick in a new clinical guide for good measure. Don’t forget about the excellent webinar being hosted by SAFE TA next week on timing considerations for sexual assault exams (12/15). Thursday or Friday we will also unveil our next giveaway, sponsored by our good friends at G.W. Medical Publishing.

Tonight is the first night of Hanukkah, so for all of you celebrating, may your table sag under the weight of latkes and soofganiot (potato pancakes and doughnuts for those of you who don’t speak Jewish). We will be rocking some falafel for our celebration, assuming we get our furnace to work (it’s a balmy 58 degrees inside my house right now). I know Hanukkah is the festival of lights and some degree of flame is involved, but particularly on night one, even 4 menorahs probably won’t generate enough heat to fuel our little party.

In the spirit of the holiday, I leave you with this classic clip. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

One reply on “Weekly Wrap-Up @ the Sustainability Blog”

Hope the furnace worked or the warmth of your family and friends gathered to celebrate Hanukkah kept everyone warm and happy! Best wishes Sheila

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