Researchers Partner with Community to Improve Firearm Safety, Reduce Injuries

June 3, 2022

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Presented by Health Lab

The University of Michigan is partnering with residents in northern Michigan to develop and implement a new firearm safety education program. Cynthia Ewell Foster, a U-M clinical psychologist, explains the new Store Safely program, a prevention strategy tailored for rural communities that focuses on how to store firearms safely. Ewell Foster explains her collaboration with the residents of Marquette County and the future of the program.

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