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April 11, 2022

Leveraging Social Work to Address Gun Violence: A Call to Action

Drs. Mickey Sperlich and Patricia Logan-Greene of University at Buffalo School of Social Work discuss the role of social workers in firearm injury prevention and share tools and techniques social workers can utilize to address gun violence with their clients.

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March 9, 2022

Finding Common Ground: Engaging the Firearms Community in Firearm Injury Research

Chris Knoepke talks about the importance of bridging the seeming cultural divide between firearm violence researchers and the firearms community in pursuit of the shared goal of preventing firearm injuries and deaths.

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February 8, 2022

5 Things You Should Know About Domestic Violence and Firearms

Lisa Geller delves into 5 facts about domestic violence and firearm-related injury and death, opportunities for prevention, and how clinicians are in a unique position to help a patient experiencing domestic violence.

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January 13, 2022

The Role of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Providers in Firearm Injury Prevention

Avery Baldwin discusses how providing training on firearm-related injury prevention to EMS providers could help keep them safe while responding to calls, reduce firearm-related injuries in their patients, and provide valuable insight to receiving hospitals.

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May 25, 2021

COVID-19 and Firearm Injury and Death

BulletPoints' team member, Rameesha Asif-Sattar, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic's socioeconomic impacts in combination with the rise in gun purchasing increases the risk of firearm injury and death in the US.

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December 11, 2020

Giving Clinicians the Tools They Need to Prevent Firearm Injury in Their Patients

Clinicians are on the front lines of the firearm violence epidemic, yet firearm injury prevention remains largely absent from training programs. Learn how #ThisIsOurLane led to the creation of a team dedicated to clinical strategies for firearm injury prevention.

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September 23, 2020

Welcome to BulletPoints!

We’re excited to present this resource on firearm injury prevention designed for medical and mental health clinicians and educators. Together, we can shape the future of firearm injury prevention.

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