Greetings from an airplane somewhere between Houston and Portland, where I’ll be teaching the next few days. As part of my current reading list, I have several articles from the latest edition of the Journal of Forensic Nursing, which I thought I’d bring to your attention. Although I will likely do an Articles of Note post next week, there are a couple items that seemed worthy of highlighting in the new issue of JFN. Of particular interest (to me):
- Lessons Learned From iCare: A Postexamination Text-Messaging-Based Program With Sexual Assault Patients
- Increasing the Accessibility of Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations: Evaluation of Texas Law SB 1191
There’s also a fascinating CE article I’m looking forward to reading: Global Voyeurism or Sustainable Ethical Practice?
JFN is, of course, free to IAFN members (which I hope most FHO readers are at this point). To access the content as a member, enter the Journal sight via the IAFN website. Otherwise, the above links will take you to the abstract pages, where you can either purchase online or access via your institution’s library.