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Sherry Pagoto 6 Dec 18
Guns kill more kids than cancer. is tackling this problem in a new 5 year project
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JAMA Pediatrics Jul 26
In this newest podcast, we hear the story of a young woman who attempted suicide with a family member’s service weapon. Guns profoundly change the course of lives in a split second.
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Paul Samuel Dolman Jul 28
Emergency room physician Dr. Chris Barsotti joins me for a compelling conversation about the epidemic of gun violence & his vivid account of dealing w it on the front lines. He is also the co-founder of AFFIRM.
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Lee E. Rubin, M.D., FAAOS, FAAHKS, FAOA 16 Dec 18
The dictionary has spoken! Physicians and Surgeons, led by ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ have added a page to the lexicon of our times
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Laleh G MD 12 Dec 18
.A story, my view, one case of too many. Gun Violence is a public health issue. Thanks to & for publishing, taking risk. Let's work together-our patients (we all) deserve better - Incl this 4 mo girl.
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Dorothy Novick Oct 14
My thoughts on the impact of gun violence on children I care for, and why Philadelphia should be allowed to pass its own gun laws. via
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Dr. Sean Gallagher Aug 4
In the , police responded within a minute. And still, 9 died. The “good guy with a gun” position isn’t enough to save lives.
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Isra Al Jamed Oct 7
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Hansa Bhargava, MD 19 Dec 18
Guns 2nd leading cause of death, ahead of cancer, for children- new study shows. A sad state of affairs for Our kids in US. ⁦@hshermd⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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Dr. Sean Gallagher 13 Dec 18
2018 had the highest number of gun deaths in nearly 40 years "Gun violence is a public health epidemic that requires a public health solution"
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Anna Weiss, MD MSEd 17 Dec 18
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Audrey Provenzano Feb 13
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Sherry Pagoto 5 Dec 18
Just did a keyword search for people on Twitter using term “public health.” WTH?
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Regina Royan, MD MPH 1 Jan 19
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Donnica Moore, MD May 7
Hey : please RT if you are a professional or concerned citizen who believes that is a national emergency!
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Sandy Simons MD Dec 31
Whatever happened to fireworks? It’s a sad statement about our nation that it’s probably easier for folks to get handguns for New Year’s Eve than fireworks like they set off in most civilized countries. How many more unnecessary GSWs will roll into EDs tonight?
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Christopher Khoury 13 Dec 18
New module on the role in promoting gun safety from experts and Garen Wintemute. CC
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Donnica Moore, MD May 7
Today is the 126th day of the year. The in was the 132nd in the US in 2019 according to . I am numb. is a emergency.
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Megan Ranney MD MPH Oct 27
This was the motivation for and .... because stories matter - even more so when they are backed up by facts.
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Donnica Moore, MD May 6
The only way to make progress is to unite to voice our opposition to as a health emergency & to demand . Each one of us with a platform or sphere of influence needs to advocate for .
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