Community violence is a preventable public health issue shaped by many factors, including racism. Violence impacts our overall health and well-being and prevents communities from realizing their full potential.
Hear from APHA Past President Linda Degutis, former director of the CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Howard Pinderhughes of UC San Francisco, Policy Link, and the Prevention Institute for an important discussion about race, place and preventing violence. We'll explore the role of public health in preventing this epidemic and the value of engaging many sectors in the solution.
Listen to the recorded webinar
View the webinar slides (all are PDF): Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Conclusion
How to Obtain CPH Credit
Participants must register and attend the entire webinar and complete the evaluation online in order to earn 1 CPH CE credit hour and obtain a CE certificate. A link to the online evaluation system will be sent to all participants who register and attend the webinar within 48 hours after the event. The email will include instructions and a personal ID # for access to the system. All online evaluations must be submitted by Sept. 4, 2015.
CPH credit also will be offered for those listening to the archived webinar recordings. You will be able to obtain 1 credit per recording, and this service will be available on Oct. 15. Free for APHA members, with a small fee per credit for non-members.
Contact Mighty Fine if you have questions about CPH credit.