Notable: Rachell Ekroos

Rachell A. Ekroos (Nursing) and Sarah E. Shannon of Montana State University's College of Nursing are the authors of an article, "Forensic Medical Examinations: Imagining Justice," that has been selected as the Editor's Choice for the April/June issue of the Journal of Forensic Nursing. They explore the underlying assumptions that may contribute to disparate practices and inequalities in the provision of forensic medical examinations for persons suspected of committing a sexual offense and persons identified as victims of a sexual offense. Such assumptions provide the foundation for a much-needed conversation regarding ethical and professional responsibilities.

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