Archive: May2018

National STD Curriculum

An FHO reader asked if I had any recommendations for refresher training for members of her team who either hadn't had education on STDs in quite some time or who didn't feel had had sufficient training on STDs in their original…

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Post-Sexual Exposure (nPEP) HIV Prevention Toolkit

I saw this was posted over at SAFEta, as well, but I wanted to amplify it a bit, because this is an area where we can always be collectively stronger (since we're still not able to universally offer patients the…

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Since Last We Spoke: Memorial Day Edition

I am actually hanging out in the mountains of West Virginia with wife and pup for the remainder of this holiday weekend, but I wanted to leave you with something that I found profoundly thought-provoking. Perhaps you've seen it--Abby Wambach's…

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Tribal Elder Protection Team Toolkit

The National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative has a Tribal Elder Protection Team Toolkit now available. "The Toolkit is designed to help you identify and implement a tribal elder protection team. The toolkit is made up of several sections. Each section…

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Two Years

You are missed--personally and professionally--every day. 1/23/69-5/23/16

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Insights from the NCVS Data for the Victim Assistance Field: Who Might We Be Missing?

The Center for Victim Research is hosting a webinar, Insights from the NCVS Data for the Victim Assistance Field: Who Might We Be Missing? The session will be held May 30th at 2pm. From the announcement: A major goal of…

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10 Things: Ethiopia

Last week, Sasha and I were fortunate enough to have been invited to teach for several days on responses to gender-based violence for the US embassy in Ethiopia (Russ Strand was the 3rd member of our party, and taught on…

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National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2015 Data Brief

Before I head out of the country for the week, I leave you with newly published data from the CDC's National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2015 Data Brief. There's a lot of information to sort through, but a…

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Differential Diagnosis in Pediatric Sexual Assault: Looking for the Zebra

SAFEta and KIDSta have a webinar coming up next month, Differential Diagnosis in Pediatric Sexual Assault: Looking for the Zebra. The session will be held June 19th at 2pm ET. The session will be archived if you cannot attend live.…

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Articles of Note: May 2018 Edition

It's time once again for Articles of Note, our (almost) monthly romp through the peer-reviewed literature. Somehow I missed April--sorry about that. Keep in mind this is not an exhaustive overview; simply a list of what is particularly interesting and…

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Since Last We Spoke, 5-7-18

Friends, I am getting ready to embark on a really amazing professional adventure on Saturday, so it'll be business as usual at FHO this week, and then it'll be quiet here next week. I can't share too many details until…

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Normal Variants in Pediatric Exams

More peds webinars coming up: the Tribal Forensic Healthcare Project is presenting Normal Variants in Pediatric Exams. The session will be held June 27th at 2pm ET. Diane Daiber and Kim Nash, both IAFN staff, will present the content. As…

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