The Medical University of South Carolina’s National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center Oct. 11 received an $8.9 million grant from the Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime to continue to develop evidence-based best practices, training and other resources to help communities…
The 2022 mass shooting during the Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois killed seven people, wounded another 48 and traumatized an entire community.
As caregivers and healers, hospitals and health systems are the antithesis of violence. They are in the business of treating patients, healing communities and saving lives.
FBI active shooter resources.
The Justice Department’s National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center will host a July 14 Town Hall webinar on victim-centric response to mass violence.
A number of health care organizations have taken initiatives to address this ongoing national tragedy, but active engagement is needed by more health systems and hospitals already committed to improving community health status.
On Wednesday evening, a gunman killed four people in a medical building on the campus of Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Okla. We grieve with the victims and their families, as well as the entire Saint Francis Health System team, as they mourn the loss of four members of their community.
Following the tragic murders of four people and many wounded on the campus of St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, OK, the National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center offers these resources, which may provide guidance for the victims, survivors, and community in the coming days and months.
Yesterday was another unfortunate example of gun violence in our country. This latest incident was in a medical facility, a place of healing, on the campus of Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Okla.