Archive: July2016

Articles of Note: July 2016 Edition

Time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly walk through what's new and noteworthy in the peer-reviewed literature. As always, this is not an exhaustive review, but a list of what's caught my eye and feels relevant to my…

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Neurobiology of Sexual Assault 2-Part Webinar Series

Neurobiology of Sexual Assault 2-Part Webinar Series

EVAW is hosting a 2-part webinar series on the neurobiology of sexual assault. Jim Hopper will be the featured speaker. The 1st session will be held on September 15th at 2pm ET. The 2nd will be September 19th at 2pm…

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Since Last We Spoke, 7-25-16

Since Last We Spoke, 7-25-16

I worked all weekend (more on the fruits of that labor coming soon), so my list is a bit paltry this week. Plus I needed a break from the lunacy of the s#@%show that is American politics, so I largely…

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The Long-Term Consequences of Strangulation

Join the Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention on September 14th at 10am MT for their webinar, The Long-Term Consequences of Strangulation. The session will be taught by Gael Strack and Bill Smock. Click through for details: From the registration: There is…

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Trans-Specific Annotations to the National Protocol

Trans-Specific Annotations to the National Protocol

I have been asked to talk about sexual assault medical-forensic exams with transgender and gender nonconforming patients this week, so I thought I would include one of the most helpful resources available--trans-specific annotations to the National Protocol (Adolescent/Adult, PDF). It was…

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Since Last We Spoke, 7-18-16

Since Last We Spoke, 7-18-16

Heading to Salt Lake City tomorrow for a quick gig with the Army, so today's a short post. World events made me want to avoid the interwebs at all cost, so there wasn't much reading this weekend. Instead my father…

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Making the Most of Your Medical Team Expertise for Physical Abuse Evaluations

Making the Most of Your Medical Team Expertise for Physical Abuse Evaluations

Midwest Regional Children's Advocacy Center is hosting an upcoming webinar, Making the Most of Your Medical Team Expertise for Physical Abuse Evaluations. The session will be held August 11th from 1-2:30pm CT. CME is available for physicians (sorry, doesn't appear to…

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Since Last We Spoke, 7-11-16 (+ a Winner!)

Since Last We Spoke, 7-11-16 (+ a Winner!)

I'm on my way down to Columbia, SC, to the National Advocacy Center for our annual testimony course (looking forward to seeing some of you there, btw). I'll try and keep postings regular, but it's sometimes tough when you're teaching…

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Worthwhile Read: License to Betray

Worthwhile Read: License to Betray

{Don’t forget, we have a giveaway going on through Friday, July 8th, noon ET!} I'm finishing up vacation with the family, and the beach summons. So I leave you with this compelling long read from the Atlanta Journal Constitution, License…

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Introduction to Labor and Sex Trafficking: A Health Care & Human Rights Challenge

Introduction to Labor and Sex Trafficking: A Health Care & Human Rights Challenge

{Don’t forget, we have a giveaway going on through Friday, July 8th, noon ET!} Futures Without Violence has an upcoming webinar (apologies for short notice, but they never get these out well in advance): Introduction to Labor and Sex Trafficking: A…

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Nursing Assessment of the Female Genitalia

Nursing Assessment of the Female Genitalia

{Don't forget, we have a giveaway going on through Friday, July 8th, noon ET!} UT Health and the TX chapter of IAFN are offering a webinar series. The first one is coming up July 21st at 7:00am CT (!): Nursing…

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Happy 4th!

It's Independence Day holiday here in the US, so my usual Monday post won't be happening. Instead, I'm kicking back at the beach. But I'll be back tomorrow with new webinar offerings. In the meantime, don't forget we have a giveaway…

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