MGH Gun Violence Prevention Center
The MGH Gun Violence Prevention Center is a multidisciplinary initiative at Massachusetts General Hospital dedicated to preventing firearm-related violence and promoting safety in the homes and communities of the patients we serve.
Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis
The MGH Gun Violence Prevention Center focuses on reducing injuries and deaths related to firearms and promoting safety in the home and in the community through clinical care and education, community engagement and research.
MGH Gun Violence Prevention Center Featured on Greater Boston
WGBH News highlighted the center's efforts to treat gun violence as a public health crisis. Watch now.
Part of the Youth-Led Conversation
Mass General staff and panelists at the 2018 HubWeek event, “A New Revolution: Young People Rise Up Against Gun Violence.”
Dr. Peter Masiakos
I have cared for many victims of gun violence and have had to tell mothers about the death of their child—the worst part of my job. Doctors, among others, can no longer stand on the sidelines as so many Americans are killed each year.
Director of the Pediatric Trauma Service at Mass General for Children
Podcast: Solving the Problem of Gun Violence
Dr. Chana Sacks visits the Charged podcast to discuss the lack of research funding, her personal connection and why she thinks it's all solvable.
Research at Mass General
Every day, our clinicians and scientists chart new terrain in biomedical research to treat and prevent human disease and advance patient care.
Mass General Community Health
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