THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
Once again, our friends at GW Medical Publishing have picked out a title for one lucky FHO reader to receive. As with the previous giveaways, all you need to do to enter the giveaway is answer a simple question in the comment section of this post. Readers have until Friday, January 29th, noon ET to respond. I will choose a winner via random number generator and post the winner’s name here on the site on Monday, February 1st. Click through for a message from GW Medical about the details of this month’s giveaway:
Once again, we at G.W. Medical Publishing/STM Learning, Inc. were elated with the overwhelming number of helpful responses last month’s question garnered. We’d like to express our sincere gratitude to all who participated in the Child Abuse Quick Reference, 2nd Edition giveaway.
If you happened to participate last month and walked away empty-handed, don’t fret—another opportunity smiles down upon you. By simply answering the following question in the comments section, you could be the proud owner of a striking new copy of Nursing Approach to the Evaluation of Child Maltreatment:
Which learning format do forensic nurses, clinicians, and other professionals find the most useful when continuing their education: (1) classroom study administered by an instructor, (2) self-study using a structured curriculum, or (3) a combination of the two in which the curriculum is the basis for both self-study and in-class lectures.
The purpose of this question is to determine the level of interest in the third option. G.W. Medical Publishing/STM Learning, Inc. plans to expand its offerings to include lecture-style training based on its existing texts and curricula, such as Physical Abuse & Neglect: A Training Curriculum. In addition to answers to the question, constructive feedback and suggestions are certainly welcome and enthusiastically encouraged.
By providing your feedback in the comments section, you will be both assisting G.W. Medical Publishing/STM Learning, Inc. with gathering valuable data and also entering yourself into a free giveaway of the Nursing Approach to the Evaluation of Child Maltreatment, a $55.00 value.
For the price of offering your vital opinion, you might be the next FHO reader to own one of our handy resources. For more information on this and other related publications, simply visit www.gwmedical.com.