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Podcast by (Re)Search for Solutions

(Re)Search for Solutions (Re)Search for Solutions

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Podcast by (Re)Search for Solutions

    Episode 5: Security Studies and Guns

    Episode 5: Security Studies and Guns

    What if we considered gun violence as an issue of national security? Increasingly, terrorist groups, and specifically white supremacist extremist terrorists, have been turning to guns as instruments of terror for attacks in the United States.

    • 24 min
    Episode 4: This Is Our Lane (Re-release)

    Episode 4: This Is Our Lane (Re-release)

    Episode 4 of (Re)Search for Solutions reflects on the crucial role emergency medicine physicians, who are on the front lines of responding to firearm injuries, play in developing solutions.

    • 28 min
    Episode 3: Firearm Suicide Prevention (Re-release)

    Episode 3: Firearm Suicide Prevention (Re-release)

    In Episode 3 of (Re)Search for Solutions, we discuss firearm suicide prevention. Firearm suicides make up about two-thirds of deaths by firearms, but suicide is sometimes downplayed in conversations about preventing gun violence.

    • 24 min
    Episode 2: Adverse Childhood Experiences and School Safety (Re-release)

    Episode 2: Adverse Childhood Experiences and School Safety (Re-release)

    In Episode 2 of (Re)Search for Solutions, we talk about adverse childhood experiences, or “ACEs,” and how they can help us think more broadly about the impacts of gun violence and how to prevent it. We focus on the implications for school safety practices in particular.

    • 21 min
    Episode 1: Cleaning & Greening (Re-release)

    Episode 1: Cleaning & Greening (Re-release)

    Episode 1 of (Re)Search for Solutions discusses greening - the conversion of an overgrown vacant lot to a small, grass-covered community space - as a non-policy-based solution to gun violence. We interviewed Professor Charlie Branas, Chairman of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health, and Keith Green, Director of the Philadelphia LandCare Program at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS), about their research into the effects of greening in Philadelphia.

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    Production Team: Azsaneé Truss, Joe Riina-Ferrie, Sonali Rajan, and Lalitha Vasudevan
    Editing: Azsaneé Truss with the help of the (Re)Search for Solutions team
    Music: “Research Area” by Poitr Pacyna
    Website: ResearchforSolutions.com

    The views expressed in this episode are solely those of the speaker to whom they are attributed. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the faculty, administration, staff or Trustees either of Teachers College or of Columbia University.

    • 19 min
    Episode 4: This is Our Lane

    Episode 4: This is Our Lane

    In 2018, the NRA tweeted, “Someone should tell self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane,” in response to a paper released by the American College of Physicians (ACP) about Reducing Firearm Injuries and Death in the United States. Soon after, medical professionals from around the country responded with their stories using the hashtag #ThisIsOurLane.

    Episode 4 of (Re)Search for Solutions reflects on the crucial role emergency medicine physicians, who are on the front lines of responding to firearm injuries, play in developing solutions.

    We spoke with Dr. Megan Ranney, an emergency physician and faculty at Brown University and co-founder of the AFFIRM Research collective. She tells us how AFFIRM includes the perspectives of more than 40,000 healthcare professionals, public health experts, and researchers to find ways to reduce gun violence. Additionally, Dr. Ameera Haamid, an emergency medicine physician at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and the Assistant Medical Director of the Chicago West EMS System, as well as Dr. Garth Walker, an emergency medicine physician at Jesse Brown Veteran Affairs Medical Hospital in Chicago and a health equity fellow with the Northwestern Emergency Department and Northwestern Buehler Center for health economics and policy, share their experiences treating gun violence victims.

    Talk to us on Twitter using the hashtag #R4S!
    Learn more about AFFIRM and find additional resources on the webpage for this episode: https://researchforsolutions.com/episode-4

    Production Team: Azsanee Truss, Joe Riina-Ferrie, Sonali Rajan, and Lalitha Vasudevan
    Editing: Azsanee Truss with the help of the (Re)Search for Solutions team
    Music: “Research Area” by Poitr Pacyna
    Website: ResearchforSolutions.com

    The views expressed in this episode are solely those of the speaker to whom they are attributed. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the faculty, administration, staff or Trustees either of Teachers College or of Columbia University.

    • 28 min

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