Gun Violence as a Public Health Crisis: Through the Lens of the Victim and Providers
August 13, 2020
2 - 3 p.m.
In this webinar, you will hear from the MediSys Health Network’s Level 1 Trauma Center team about the grim impact of gun violence. This session will explore perspectives from a trauma surgeon’s frontline experiences and the mental health ramifications of gun violence on the victim and others. You will also hear first-hand from a survivor about how gun violence changed his life.
This is the third session in HANYS’ Gun Violence Prevention: The Hospital’s Role series.
- Bruce J. Flanz, president and chief executive officer, MediSys Health Network
- Anthony J. Maffia, LCSW\R, vice president, psychiatry and addiction services, MediSys Health Network
- Katherine McKenzie, DO, FACS, FACOS, trauma medical director, MediSys Health Network
- Daniel C. Chen, MD, chairman, department of psychiatry, MediSys Health Network
Gun Violence Prevention: The Hospital’s Role Series
This webinar series will focus on promising practices in gun violence prevention and will explore the causes and the effects of trauma and violence on individuals, communities and organizations. You will have the opportunity to learn from hospital professionals who will demonstrate how their organizations instituted changes to prevent further gun violence and respond to its aftermath, both in their facilities and in their communities.
Continuing Education Credits
There are no continuing education credits associated with this webinar.
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