It’s time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly romp through the newly published, peer-reviewed literature. Something different you may notice this month: articles specific to the intersection of COVID-19 and violence are delineated in red, for those of you looking for that content in particular. Otherwise, everything continues unchanged, even as we plug away, here at FHO headquarters, going on 9 weeks of lockdown (but healthy, knock wood, and still seeing patients Thursday nights, so there’s a break in the routine). Here’s hoping these articles find you healthy, as well, and able to continue feeding your brain and growing/strengthening your practice.
Links take you to PubMed abstracts, as always, except where noted as Full Text. Enjoy the reading–we’re heavy on sexual assault this month, but there are some interesting articles on the role of forensic nurses in here, too. [If the doc below doesn’t come up the first time, reload your page & see if that doesn’t do the trick.]
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