The Council on Violence Prevention presents:
“Safe Storage of Firearms: Your Role in Saving Our Patients’ Lives”
Wednesday, November 10, 2021, Noon -1pm Desktop viewing from the Teams app: Click here to join the meeting
Speakers: Kristyn Jeffries, MD and Shayla Sullivant, MD
Nationally, an average of 20 children per day are treated for firearm related injuries. As healthcare providers, we must engage in the tough conversations. We must ask the important questions about firearm safety and injury prevention with our patients and their families. Are guns in the house? How are they stored? Many resources are available in our community to help, but our patients and families need real, tangible solutions to keep their children safe. This program will explore your role in saving our patients’ lives from firearm injuries.
Continuing education: This educational activity has been awarded 1.0 nursing contact hour.
Children's Mercy Kansas City is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
1.0 Social Work CEU will be provided to licensed social workers. Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Department of Social Work & Community Services has been approved as a Continuing Education Provider by the State of Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board.
Disclosure: No conflicts of interest/commercial interests were identified by the planners or presenters of this activity
Requirements for successful completion: To receive Contact Hours/CE, participants are required to complete the electronic attendance and post program evaluation. Due to this program being held virtually, Contact Hours/CE credit will be given for desktop viewing for this activity. To view this educational program: Click here to join the meeting
Dates and Times:
Offered virtually, November 10th, 2021 1200-1300 CST