Twenty Years After Columbine: Private Guns vs. Public Health

A seminar was presented on April 20, 2018 at UConn Health sponsored by The Department of Community Medicine and Health Care titled Twenty Years After Columbine: Private Guns vs. Public Health.

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AGENDA:

2:00-2:20pm: The epidemiology of gun injuries and violence
PRESENTER: Garry Lapidus, PA-C, MPH, Director, Connecticut Injury Prevention Center, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center & Hartford Hospital

2:20-2:40pm: Firearm Policy: What works?
PRESENTER: Kevin Borrup, JD, MPA, Associate Director, Connecticut Injury Prevention Center, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center & Hartford Hospital

2:40-3:00pm: Communities Traumatized by Gun Violence: Mechanisms and Interventions
PRESENTER: Julian Ford, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, UCONN School of Medicine

3:00-3:20pm: The Prevention of Gun Violence: From Advocacy to Public Health Policy
PRESENTER: Mary Ann Jacob, Fellow in the Survivor Network for Everytown for Gun Safety

3:20-3:30pm: Comments and Discussion