The Firearm Life Plan, a tool created by Associate Professor Emmy Betz and colleagues from CU Anschutz and the Rocky Mountain Veteran Affairs Medical Center can help gun owners and family members plan ahead for safe firearm use and transfers if the owner dies or becomes physically or cognitively disabled.
A new peer-reviewed paper out of the Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative, co-authored by ColoradoSPH Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Emmy Betz, looks at attitudes toward providing firearm storage options from law enforcement agencies, firearm retailers and shops. The results showcased a consistent desire to provide this service but also revealed some concerns.
The Injury & Violence Prevention Center opens a call for applications twice a year to attract and support students pursuing research or evaluation projects in the field of injury and violence prevention. The Spring 2022 Student Research Grants application is now open.
The Injury & Violence Prevention Center and a collective of Colorado's Asian American Pacific Islander community members and organizations joined together to honor the lives lost to anti-Asian hate and discuss strategies to combat hate.