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May 13, 2019
“I am honored to join some of the world’s leading gun violence prevention researchers to discuss reducing gun violence in the United States. This tuition-free, first-of-its-kind MOOC will teach participants how to interpret gun violence prevention research and understand evidence-based interventions that save lives.“
"We at the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence take our role as public health professionals seriously. The MOOC will allow us to translate that work and expertise for people around the world. We could not be more thrilled to share our data-driven approach with a global audience.”
May 08, 2019
“In 2017 alone, 39,773 Americans were killed by firearms. In this same year, firearm deaths accounted for 939,964 years of life lost before the age of 65; this is more than diabetes, stroke, and liver disease combined.“In order to effectively prevent gun violence, we need strong research grounded in public health to inform evidence-based policy, laws, and programs. Just as public health research has played an instrumental role in curing diseases and reducing traffic deaths, it can also reduce gun violence."
Apr 05, 2019
Dec 07, 2018
“In 2017, nearly 109 people died every single day from gun violence. Gun violence is a public health epidemic that requires a public health solution, which is why we must immediately enact and implement evidence-based interventions - like permit-to-purchase policies and extreme risk laws.
“Gun violence has been part of our day-to-day lives for far too long. It is way past time that elected leaders at every level of government work together to make gun violence rare and abnormal.”