About our Blogger:  Jenifer Markowitz is a forensic nursing consultant who specializes in issues related to sexual assault and domestic violence, including medical-forensic examinations and professional education and curriculum development. In addition to teaching at workshops and conferences around the world, she provides expert testimony, case consultation, and technical assistance; and develops training materials, resources, and publications. Much of her work can be found on her website, Forensic Healthcare Online, a space dedicated to helping forensic clinicians access current science and clinical guidance.

Blog Description: This blog mines the vast online world of nonprofit and healthcare management, public policy and forensic education information to bring you accessible (and usually free) resources to keep your SANE programs healthy.

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I periodically read Danielle LaPorte's blog because I like the whole entrepeneurial thing (although it sometimes a little on the heavy-handed side for my tastes). Her post last week on getting your needs met particularly struck a cord, because as we spend more and more time with program managers on this project, I realized how true her observations were.
 

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Most of you are off today, so no new entry. I'll be back next week with a new Coordinator Q&A and other goodies. Have a safe and enjoyable 4th, everyone!

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Because I frequently discuss online fundraising and social marketing, I'm pleased to be able to report that Network for Good is offering a teleconference on the basics. A Beginner's Guide to Online Fundraising and Marketing will cover "10 tips for effective online fundraising and marketing -- even during this down economy.

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In today's Memphis Daily News there's an extensive article on the Memphis SANE program and the issues that have been plaguing them and their community. It's worth a read, for sure.
 
[The Politics of Rape: What Went Wrong at MSARC, Memphis Daily News, June 29, 2009]

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This week, rather than a coordinator Q&A, I wanted to share Andy Goodman's annual Summer Reading List. If you subscribe to his monthly newsletter, free-range thinking, then perhaps you look forward to this issue like I do. The list is never long, but it usually combines titles that explore the human psyche or human behavior and nonprofit business skill-building. I haven't read any of these (yet), but I usually enjoy his recommendations so I'll probably pick up one or two.
 

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One of our readers emailed me asking me what the difference was between a business plan and a strategic plan, which is a great question. Luckily for us, the Alliance for Nonprofit Management has answered that question in a piece they published several years ago, Business Planning for Nonprofits: Why, When — and How It Compares to Strategic Planning (PDF). In a nutshell:
 

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My love of blogs is no secret. My Google Reader is filled with hundreds of entries every day. Some of them are related to my professional work--many of them are not. Much of what I read I do so for pure pleasure. Cooking and design blogs fall into that category. So imagine my surprise to find that in my Reader today, from one of my favorite design blogs, there's a great post on free software for business owners.

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For those of you who didn't get enough weekend, or maybe ended up seeing patients this weekend (like I did), a little inspiration.

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Today's Q&A comes to us from Cindy Jennings, coordinator of the Dayton, OH program. Cindy's been a constant down in the Miami Valley, running one of the older programs in Ohio and she graciously responded to my call for submissions. Thanks, Cindy!
 
I’ve been a SANE since: 1997

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I'd like to give a quick plug for our session at IAFN this year. For those of you attending, we will be doing an all day workshop (PDF) on Saturday, Oct. 24th on program management and leadership development. The workshop will use a mock clinical program case file (given to people in advance) to tackle common issues that develop in the course of running a program.

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