Announcements and Media
PODCAST / MEDIA APPEARANCES
AAPA Medical Watch blog article I wrote with the AAPA research department: https://www.aapa.org/news-central/2019/10/how-to-talk-with-patients-about-intimate-partner-violence/
My next two podcasts on TotalEM: https://www.totalem.org/emergency-professionals/podcast-171-ipv-educators-dogmalysis-of-the-history-and-physical-in-pediatric-abuseneglect and https://www.totalem.org/emergency-professionals/podcast-172-ipv-educators-essentials-of-the-pediatric-sexual-abuse-examination which fit right in with this article:
https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/04/health/child-sex-abuse-emergency-department-study/index.html that shows that children are being seen and treated for child sexual abuse at higher and higher rates (and on the increase)! We, as providers, need to know how to address these issues and feel comfortable doing so!
First two podcasts in a series on TotalEM: https://www.totalem.org/emergency-professionals/podcast-162-ipv-educators-shadow-figures-human-trafficking-part-1 and https://www.totalem.org/emergency-professionals/podcast-163-ipv-educators-being-the-light-human-trafficking-part-2
Article on Modern MedEd: https://modernmeded.com/cme-knowledge-gaps-interpersonal-violence/
Here is a podcast that I did with JAAPA (Journal for the American Academy of Physician Assistants). We did a “deep dive” into sexual violence and how we can be more empowered as healthcare providers to provide holistic and complete care!
For publication in JAAPA 2019: Sexual Assault Survivors: Meeting their Behavioral and Emotional Needs (pre-publication!!)
Pending publication: Beyond Roofies: Drug- and Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault
2020: A limited attendance, highly interactive tabletop case study session on child abuse!
2019: Parents, Interviewing, Injuries - Oh My!: Demystifying the Initial Investigation and Management of Suspected Child Sexual Abuse
2018: Non-Fatal Strangulation and Interpersonal Violence
2017: Drug- and Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault
2016: Sexual Assault Survivors: Meeting their Behavioral and Emotional Needs
INTERESTING ARTICLES / PODCASTS / VIDEOS
This is a really cool article about how Britain is working to reduce incidence of violence against women using programs that have been shown to be effective both in the U.S. and the U.K. and also in certain countries in Africa!
Jackson Katz: “Violence against women is a men’s issue”. Jackson Katz is a sociologist specializing in gendered crimes. His tabletop exercise on the different ways men and women avoid sexual assault is one of my favorite icebreakers in the classroom!