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January 10, 2018New study tells us that teen driver car crashes and gun assaults cause US to lag behind other wealthy nations in reducing childhood mortality rates. How can we reduce exposure to these risks for our youth?
January 4, 2018Technology in the ED can make practicing violence prevention simple, evidence-based and time efficient for clinicians.
ICYMI December 2017: Sandy Hook Five Year Anniversary, Adverse Childhood Experiences in Children with Autism, Driverless Cars, and More...
January 2, 2018Read more for a roundup for newsworthy articles from December 2017.