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The Exchange: Public Health Approaches to Ending Gun Violence
In the United States more than 326 people are killed or injured by a firearm every day, with 39,000 premature deaths annually across the country. Firearm injuries are now the leading cause of death for children and teens. All of these deaths and injuries are preventable, and scholars at the University of Michigan are at the forefront of these efforts. The University of Michigan School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Institute of Firearm Injury Prevention, is proud to present “Public Health Approaches to Ending Gun Violence,” a trio of events to explore solutions to this public health crisis.
- Register for all three events or select the event(s) that suit your interests and schedule.
- All events are free to attend and open to the public, but registration is required to attend in-person.
- A livestream option is also available.
The event is part of The Exchange: Critical Conversations with Michigan Public Health, an in-person academic seminar series launched in fall 2023. RSVP