Since Last We Spoke, 12/9/13

I’m hanging out at the Army JAG school for a few days, teaching and waiting to hear if I will actually be on the road 2 days or 2 weeks (I could get excited about either, but I’m definitely feeling the pull of being home with my spouse). I could be headed to Hawaii at the end of the week, but that work is up in the air at this moment, so for now I am surrounded by ice and snow in Charlottesville, VA. Not a bad place to be, all things considered. The lousy weather that started yesterday certainly had us home-bound over the weekend, and left plenty of time for napping–and reading. So here’s what’s caught my eye since last we spoke:

Four takeaways from the Jameis Winston investigation (AlJazeera America)

No One Learns Anything From Awful Frat Hazing Incident (Jezebel)

Hey, GOP, Here’s How to Coach Men (Daily Beast)

The Gender Book Is a Clear, In-Depth Look at Gender Theory (Huffington Post, Ed: I bought a copy—I think it’s going to be a great resource when we consider how we talk to patients and colleagues about gender)

Newtown Massacre: Inside and Out (Newsweek, Ed: This is a really moving portrait of secondary trauma…)

The “Next Best Thing” to Being There: Robots Expand Physicians’ Reach (RWJF)

Emergency Department Aphorisms (ACEP News)

Health disparities ‘could be eliminated in a generation’: study (Reuters)

Alleged Victim of the “Knockout Game” Was Actually a Victim of Domestic Violence (Slate)

Stoking Fire: How News Outlets, Prosecutors Minimize Sexual Violence With Language (RH Reality Check)

And have you checked out Avon Foundation’s #SeeTheSigns yet? Great campaign for the 16 Days of Activism.

 

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