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Articles of Note: December 2019 Edition (See You in 2020)

This will be the last post of the year–I am closing up shop for the remainder of the year to prep a couple of large projects and spend some time with family and friends (not to mention, celebrate a milestone birthday with Sasha 🙂 ). When I come back, it will likely be with a brand new website, a completely new look, and the 11th anniversary of FHO. I imagine there will be a giveaway involved in commemorating that momentous occasion, so stay tuned for more details.

I figured we’d end the year in the most appropriate way–one final Articles of Note to give folks a bit of reading over the holidays. You’ll notice it looks a little different–PubMed has had a facelift, and in the process, is better in some ways, but worse for this list. So now, all links lead to Publisher’s websites for abstracts, except where indicated (and there’s a lot that’s free full text this month). Nice to also see some friends among the authors.

As always, thanks for turning out to this nerdy little website in 2019. Almost 2000 of you now subscribe; more than 22K new users showed up this year, and if you’re wondering what the number one most visited page was on the site (besides the home page, of course), it was this one (which I guess, shouldn’t surprise me that much).

See you back here next year. A safe, happy and healthy holiday to you all.

xoxo Jen

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6 replies on “Articles of Note: December 2019 Edition (See You in 2020)”

Even though I work with a strong team and have good support, I’m usually practicing in isolation, usually middle of the night. This site is great for helping me feel connected to a larger group. You are doing so much to decrease burnout and I appreciate it so much. Happy 30th 🙂

Jen. You are such an incredible gift to the world of forensic nursing. I cannot thank you enough for your guidance and insightful words of wisdom. Whenever, I have a question or concern, I go straight to your website. At Forensic Healthcare Online, I can always expect to find an honest, accurate and well-thought-out answer or directions on how I can find the answers I am seeking.
Thank you so much for all of the time and work you put into this website and the forensic nursing profession, in general. I speak for thousands of forensic nurses when I say you have helped all of us grow and develop as professionals. I always look forward to hearing you speak at the IAFN conference. I have heard you speak so many times over the past 10 years. Yet, every time I do, I experience an ah ha moment.
I hope you and Sasha have a truly wonderful and restful holiday season. I am eager to see all the changes and to experience another incredible year of Forensic Healthcare Online!

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