Community Violence as a Population Health Issue. Year Developed: 2016. Source: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Health and Medicine Division. Presenter(s): John Rich, Howard Pinderhughes, Charles Branas, Roberto Rodriquez, Devonne Boggan, Jeffrey Butts, Thea James, Steve Marans, John Markovic, Medina Henry. Type: Workshop. Level: Introductory
Advanced. Length: 21 videos; varying length.
Annotation: The Roundtable on Population Health Improvement held a one-day public workshop exploring trauma-informed approaches to community violence through a health equity lens. Participants at this workshop explored the impacts of trauma and violence on communities and explore approaches that communities and multisector partners are using to prevent violence and build safe, resilient, and healthy communities. Approaches considered included hospital and health system violence intervention programs and trauma-informed policing. Participants explored the evidence base for the effectiveness of these strategies and approaches for reducing violence in communities. The workshop showcased examples that can serve as models in different sectors and communities and share lessons learned in new and compelling ways. The welcome video is 14 minutes long.
Learning Objectives: • Explore the impacts of trauma and violence on communities.
• Explore strategies and approaches that communities and multisector partners are using to prevent violence and build resilience.
• Explore the evidence base for the effectiveness of these strategies and approaches for reducing the impact of violence on communities.
• Provide a platform to showcase examples that can serve as models for other communities, with an explicit attention to the intersections of structural racism and structural violence
Special Instructions: Additional meeting resources including the meeting agenda, presentation slides, and attachments are available at http://nationalacademies.org/hmd/Activities/PublicHealth/PopulationHealthImprovementRT/2016-JUN-16.aspx