Since Last We Spoke, 6-24-13

I was all about goofing off this weekend, but that doesn’t actually mean I got to ignore the work stuff. The fruits of NOT ignoring the work will be published here soon. But in the meantime, here is some of what I’ve been reading since last we spoke:

Committee Opinion: Elder Abuse and Women’s Health (ACOG)

Education of a cancer nurse (Salon)

Transelders and Elder Abuse (This Ain’t Livin’)

In Debate Over Military Sexual Assault, Men Are Overlooked Victims (NY Times)

11 Simple Tips for Having Great Meetings From Some of the Worlds Most Productive People (Fast Company)

Becoming a Better Judge of People (Harvard Business Review)

Did A So-Called Sexual Assault How-To Manual Just Get Funded Via Kickstarter? (Forbes)

Five things to say to a friend who confides in you that they’ve been sexually assaulted (Feministe)

George Plimpton on the Art of Public Speaking and How to Overcome Stage Fright (Brain Picking)

The Decline and Fall of the English Major (NY Times) Because writing is an important skill, my friends…

And check this out Tuesday night, airing on PBS (thanks, Kim!):

The Hidden Story of Rape on the Job in America

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