4156.0 Violence Prevention and Control Posters

Tuesday, November 10, 2009: 12:30 PM
The purpose of this session is to provide participants with a sampling of the range of violence prevention reserch that is underway in the United States and in select countries around the world. The research presented offers insight into new methods and strategies for studying and preventing violence at the population level.
Session Objectives: 1. Identify three approaches to measuring violence within a population. 2. Identify two promising interventions for preventing violence.

Board 1
Board 2
Geographical and temporal analysis of violence in Glasgow: An adjunct to violence prevention
Will Linden, BSc (hons) MSc and Prof Peter D. Donnelly, MD MPH FRCP FFPH
Board 4
Violence Screening Tool Pilot in a Pediatric Emergency Department
Kyle Finnegan, Kevin T. Borrup, JD, MPA, Courtney Thomas, James F. Parker, MD, Hassan Saleheen, MBBS MPH and Sharon R. Smith, MD
Board 5
Perceived Collateral Consequences of Megan's Law
Kelly Bonnar, PhD, David R. Black, PhD, MPH, FAAHB and Daniel C. Coster, PhD
Board 6
Shaken Baby Syndrome prevention education in North Carolina hospitals
Maryalice Nocera, MSN, Adam J. Zolotor, MD MPH, Meghan Shanahan, MPH, Christopher J. Sellers, MSW MPH and Desmond K. Runyan, MD
Board 8
Gang Members In The ED: What You Believe May Not Be True
Mary Pat McKay, MD, MPH, Mandeep Grewal and Alison Shaffer, MS
Board 9
Role of family for youth in violent environments
Douglas Wiebe, PhD, Catherine McDonald, PhD(c), RN, Terry Guerra, Nicole A. Thomas, MBA and Therese Richmond, PhD, CRNP, FAAN
Board 10
Rates and Correlates of Handgun Access Among Adolescents Seeking Care In An Urban Emergency Department
Kevin Y. Loh, BSE, Maureen Walton, MPH, PhD, Marc Zimmerman, PhD, Stephanie Roahen Harrison, PhD, Stephen T. Chermack, PhD and Rebecca Cunningham, MD

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Injury Control and Emergency Health Services
Endorsed by: Family Violence Prevention Forum