AHA’s Section for Maternal and Child Health and Hospitals Against Violence initiative will host a March 27 webinar on how hospitals and health systems can combat interpersonal violence in their communities. Leaders from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee will discuss Project Ujima, a community-focused, multi-disciplinary collaboration to combat interpersonal violence. For more information and to register for the 2 p.m. ET webinar, click here.

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