“What Works: Gun Violence Prevention in Communities” – Stand SAFE 2021, October 5

Join us on Tuesday, October 5 from 8-9:30pm ET / 6-7:30pm MT via Zoom to learn about community-based, local strategies to reduce firearm violence from the experts that practice these interventions.

SAFE, which began at Stanford and has chapters at over 50 medical schools, supports physician education and evidence-based public policies to reduce gun violence.

This year’s Stand SAFE event will be a 90-minute speaker-led discussion featuring experts in gun violence research and related fields. This year’s event is titled “What Works: Gun Violence Prevention in Communities.” Our discussion will focus on various gun violence prevention initiatives that have been implemented at the local and state levels.

Speakers include:
Dr. Emmy Betz, University of Colorado
Dr. Mike Hirsch, University of Massachusetts
Greg Jackson, Community Justice Action Fund
Dr. Sandy McKay, McGovern Medical School
Cassandra Paschall, Cure Violence Global

Please see our website (https://www.standsafe.org/stand-safe-2021for more information.

Register to attend at this link. Registration will also give access to a recording of the event.

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