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07 Mar

Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention & Clinical Psychology Candidate Job Talk–Daniel Lee

Join us: Monday, March 7
10am-11am: Presentation
11-11:30am: Q&A
This talk will be recorded and live-streamed via Zoom. Dr. Daniel Lee
Research Scientist, Amherst H. Wilder Foundation & Research Consultant, School of Public Health, University of Michigan Racial disparities in youth firearm violence: A symptom of racism Youth interpersonal firearm violence is a significant and preventable public health concern in the United States. Unfortunately, akin to many other public health ...
24 Feb

Webinar: Novel Directions in Firearm Suicide Prevention: Addressing Health Disparities via Technology & Behavioral Economics

Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention & Clinical Psychology Candidate Job Talk Dr. Dan Capron Associate Professor
University of Southern Mississippi Thursday, February 24, 2022
1-2pm: Presentation
2-2:30pm: Q&A Dr. Capron’s research broadly speaking focuses on firearm suicide prevention and amelioration of suicide-related cognitive biases using single-session interventions that eliminate structural and cultural barriers to treatment. He will discuss a very brief firearm means safety intervention with firearm owning National ...
17 Feb

Webinar: Addressing youth and family welfare to prevent youth firearm injury

University of Michigan Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention & School of Social Work Colloquium Rebeccah Sokol, PhD February 17, 2022 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Firearms are the second leading cause of death among children and adolescents in the United States. Intervention, policy, and environmental changes could help prevent firearm-related injury and death among youth, but there is no single panacea for this issue. Rather, different types of interventions are ...
07 Feb

Webinar: Preventing Youth Violence Through Community-Engaged Research

Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention & Clinical Psychology Candidate Job Talk Dr. Krista Mehari Assistant Professor
University of Southern Alabama Monday, February 7, 2022
10-11am: Presentation
11-11:30am: Q&A
This talk will be recorded and live-streamed via Zoom. Youth violence is a major public health problem that disproportionately impacts Black youth. However, universal violence prevention programs tend to be least effective in schools and communities with the highest rates of violence, ...
04 Oct

Conference: The Science of Firearm Injury Prevention: Charting the Path Forward with Data and Innovation

2021 FACTS Symposium 3rd Annual FACTS Symposium Virtual Event October 4, 2021 The 3rd annual conference is dedicated to advancing the science of firearm injury prevention. The field of firearm injury prevention is growing, as evidenced by the many rigorous submissions the conference received across disciplines. We are looking forward to having you join us for this virtual conference. 2021 FACTS Symposium Videos Symposium sessions were recorded. You can watch ...