Apologies for being absent yesterday, but a trial out of town makes it virtually impossible to get much else done. I’m back for the rest of the week, though, and preparing for what is naturally (because I’m in DC) being called Snowquestration. We haven’t had a real snow storm here in a couple years, so we’ll see. I guess I need to wear my pajamas inside out so that we end up with a snow day tomorrow. Oh, wait–I work for myself. No snow day. My boss sucks.
There are some great online trainings coming up to discuss. For instance, the Battered Women’s Justice Project is hosting a webinar March 20th, 11:30-1pm Central Time: Intimate Partner Sexual Assault–Research and Advocacy. This is a good opportunity to get better acquainted with some of the science around this issue: the two speakers (Walter DeKeseredy and TK Logan) are well-known for their research on IPSV. Don’t let the advocacy part of the title deter you, healthcare people. I assure you, this is relevant to our practice, as well.