FIPRP News

New R21/R33 Funded

Congratulations Laura C. Prater, MPH, MHA, PhD for your R21/R33 funding for your project titled, Shared Decision-Making for Firearm Safety among Older Adults with early changes associated with Alzheimer’s Disease/Alzheimer’s Disease-Related Dementias (AD/ADRD). Certain conditions,…

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Study Recruitment: Do you own a firearm?

Are you 18+ years old, own a firearm or know someone who does? The Firearm Injury and Policy Research Program is wanting to hear your opinion on suicide prevention! Eligible candidates must be: Be 18+…

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Dangerous Formula Behind Summer Surge in Gun Violence: Harborview has treated 55 patients so far in July from firearm injuries

If it feels like you’re hearing about a new shooting investigation every time you catch the news, there’s some unfortunate science behind the phenomenon.  “Every major city across the country is seeing an increase in…

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Seattle Mayor Durkan announces new investment to address gun violence

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan joined King County Executive Dow Constantine and city and community leaders to announce new City of Seattle investments in community-led safety efforts to help address the rise in gun violence. In…

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Grandmothers Against Gun Violence Foundation awards Grant

The Grandmothers Against Gun Violence Foundation Board has awarded HIPRC researchers, Alice Ellyson, PhD, and Ali Rowhani-Rahbar, MD, PhD, MPH for their grant titled, “Firearm threats and violence against children and youth in Domestic Violence…

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Zero Youth Detention launching the Regional Peacekeepers Collective, June 4th with two public in-person events

King County Executive Dow Constantine and the King County Board of Health have declared June 4th, 2021 as King County Regional Community Safety and Well-being Day in recognition of the rising rates of gun violence…

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