DC Area Medical License Center

Gun violence CME

MSDC is spotlighting continuing medical education available to the healthcare workforce on the important issue of gun violence.

Below are resources from a variety of medical sources, some with a small charge but many free. Additional resources will be added and some of this content will navigate below to the CME tab.

American Academy of Pediatrics: CALM for Pediatric Providers to Prevent Youth Suicide

Stanford University: A Curriculum on Firearm Injury Prevention in Medical Practice

and expanded courses.

Massachusetts Medical Society: Firearm Violence - Policy, Prevention and Public Health

Stanford MedCast: Public Health Implications of Gun Violence

AMA CME on gun violence

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