It’s time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly romp through the newly published peer-reviewed literature. Nothing brief about this month’s (is there ever?), but a few things stood out, including our colleagues over at Physicians for Human Rights (Mishori, et al) and their article on training non-forensic experts on conducting medical-forensic exams, and our Australian colleagues (Williamson, et al) and their lack of vascular injury findings in nonfatal strangulation. Lots of good reads, as always, although fair warning–very few free full text articles. Please let me know if you need assistance getting a hold of articles, and I will see what I can do to assist.
This is going live a day early because tomorrow evening starts Passover, and I will spend tomorrow prepping and cooking for a significant crowd. This weekend many of you will be doing the same, many more of you will be enjoying Easter celebrations, and of course, some of my readers are already in the midst of what I hope is a peaceful and blessed Ramadan. Whatever your tradition, including simply enjoying a spring (or fall–I see you Australia and Brazil) weekend, I hope it is a relaxing one, and that somewhere along the way it includes a great meal and some people you adore.
More next month, where more likely than not, I will be posting from Italy. Until then, happy reading…
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