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Damage Control and Firearm Death: A Tale of Two Cities-C. William Schwab

Reviewing the history of gun violence and its effects on public health can be a helpful way to understand where we are now. In this lecture, Dr. William Schwab, founding chief of Penn Medicine's Level 1 Trauma Center, traces the last 50+ years of gun deaths, trauma centers, research and policy to give insight into the current status of gun violence in the U.S.

Learning objectives include:

to compare and contrast lessons learned from the history of gun violence,

find insights to move toward more solutions for gun deaths,

analyze the ways gun violence can be lessened


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  • Format
  • Duration
    1 hour
  • Credits
    1 CE
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