CUGH Gun Safety Guide: how to become an advocate for gun safety

Each year in the US there are more than 30,000 deaths from guns and over 100,000 injuries, all of which are preventable. We need your help to stop this senseless loss of life and cause of profound disability. This short guide includes 4 actions anyone can use to advocate for gun safety policies. The guide…

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CUGH Supports the Health Force and Resilience Force Act of 2020

Reopening the economy and reducing unemployment while protecting the health of every American requires an investment in the health workforce equal to the scope and scale of the challenge. It is with this challenge in mind that CUGH writes in support of the Health Force and Resilience Force Act of 2020 (S. 3606/H.R.6808).

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Johns Hopkins University Facebook Live Discuss Family Separation at the Border

Dr. Nancy Glass, Dr. Carmen Alvarez, Dr. Paul Spiegel (JHSPH) and Dr. Kathryn Laughon (UVA) discuss family separation at the border and its impact in Facebook Live titled, “The Border is Here, The Crisis is Real for Our Children and the Time is Now.” About the event: https://bit.ly/2TNJKEu Carmen Alvarez, PHD, CRNP, CNM, RN, FAAN…

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PEGASUS Virtual Event – Environmental Racism

Join PEGASUS on October 29th from 5:00-6:00 PM ET for a virtual event, with Dr. Ingrid Waldron on the topic of Race, Place & Geographies of Disease in Indigenous & Black Communities. In this virtual event, Dr. Waldron will examine the larger socio-spatial processes that create disproportionate exposure and vulnerability to the harmful social, economic, and health impacts…

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