It’s time once again for Articles of Note, our monthly romp through the peer-reviewed literature. I know it’s the holiday season, but publishing doesn’t rest. It’s the usual robust list for us. A few of the items are free full-text, but the rest of the links will take you to PubMed abstracts. If you are having trouble getting a hold of articles, let me know, and I will see what I can do to assist. A few things that may be of particular interest: Shaw and colleagues’ article on the move to teleSANE in response to the pandemic; Santa-Rosa and colleagues’ examination of consent issues in sexual assault patients; and Muir and colleagues’ examination of neuropsychological and balance issues in IPV-related strangulation victims.
I am personally winding down here at FHO headquarters. The last thing to do is put the final edits on the newest research compilation now that peer review is completed. It will be released the first week of the new year, so keep your eyes open for that. I hope all of you have a happy, restful, and relaxed holiday season, however you celebrate. Thanks, as always, for being FHO readers. See you back here in the new year.
Peace and health, Jen