It’s time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly romp through the peer-reviewed literature. As always, there’s no shortage of science to peruse, so if you are still side-lined because of COVID, or are at least finding yourself [again, still] with far more time on your hands than you used to, I suggest working your way through the list. COVID-related research and reviews are in red; full-text articles are marked as such. Links, for the most part, will take you to PubMed abstracts. Most of you have been here for quite some time and know the drill, but in case you’re new here, it’s generally pretty self-explanatory. [The embedded PDF doesn’t always load the first go-round, so refresh if you don’t have immediate success.]. If you are having trouble finding a particular article, please let me know–we have our ways here at FHO 🙂
Starting the last week of this month I’m back on the road (allegedly–hello, Ft. Bragg), so while I don’t relish trying to keep myself out of the clutches of the cornona virus, I do look forward to seeing some of you in three dimension, rather than over my computer screen. Man, do I miss uncomplicated human interactions…
I’m finishing up the next monograph for the FHO store–this one is on testimony, and it is more workbook and guidebook than research compilation, as previous resources have been. If you are interested in being a peer reviewer for this one, please let me know. I am always looking for new reviewers of varying levels and types of forensic nursing experience. Reviewers receive a free copy of the monograph once it’s published.
Don’t forget to visit our FHO Store where you’ll find a complete list of our offerings, perfect to help prep for your next court date or educational offering, including the latest: Applying the Strangulation Research to Expert Testimony. And coming soon: Testimony and the Forensic Nurse Expert.