Public Health Approaches to Ending Gun Violence
***DUE TO LIMITED CAPACITY, IN-PERSON REGISTRATION IS NOW LIMITED TO UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF. MCARD IS REQUIRED FOR DAY OF REGISTRATION. 

The University of Michigan School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Institute of Firearm Injury Prevention, is proud to present Public Health Approaches to Ending Gun Violencea trio of events on Tuesday February 13, 2024 to explore solutions to this public health crisis.

The events will all take place at the Michigan Union in the Rogel Ballroom. Please register for all three events throughout the day, or choose which ones suit your interests and schedule. 

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL IN PERSON ATTENDEES.

This event is part of The Exchange: Critical Conversations with Michigan Public Health, an in-person academic seminar series. 

10:00 - 11:30 am: Welcome and Keynote Address from Brandon Wolf followed by Q&A

11:30 am - 12:30 pm: Lunch & Research Showcase

12:30 -1:50 pm: The Legislative Tightrope: Policy Solutions to Gun Violence: expert panel featuring Adaora Ezike, Celeste Kanpurwala, Douglas Wiebe, and April Zeoli. Moderated by Patrick Carter

2:00 - 3:20 pm: Build the Big Tent: Community Engagement Solutions to Gun Violence: expert panel featuring Charles Branas, Hsing-Fang Hsieh, Derrick Jackson, and Rebeccah Sokol. Moderated by Justin Heinze

3:20 - 4:30 pm: Reception
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