Child Abuse Sexual Assault

Friday Odds and Ends

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Happily, I am teaching for the forensic nurses in Utah today, so it should be a pretty fantastic day. What makes it better is that I will then head straight to Moab (you’ll find me here) for a bit of hiking and general relaxation for 36 hours or so before I head up to Seattle for a day of training with WCSAP. Before I head out, though, a few odds and ends to tie up the week:

First, some new info posted on the Canada page for those of you so inclined. It includes a full-text article on drug facilitated sexual assault by our colleagues in Ontario that should be of interest to anyone doing sexual assault work, Canadian or otherwise.

Second, you may not have noticed, but we have a new ad from our friends at STM Learning. For FHO readers, they’re offering 25% off their Child Maltreatment text. Just use the discount code in the ad to take advantage of this fantastic deal.

The other thing is a new survey that was released by OVC TTAC on people’s training needs. Completing the survey will help them better assess what kind of training to make available and will provide you with a list of the training and resources currently available. “The National Training and Technical Assistance Needs Assessment Survey was developed to assess the needs of the victim services community by identifying and assessing your training/technical assistance needs as a victim service provider by guiding you through seven major areas of interest. Your input is very important in developing and designing new training opportunities for those who work to benefit victims of crime, either directly or indirectly. Use this tool now to receive a printable summary of your responses and a list of available resources.”

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