Webinar: Road to Resilience: Recovery and Resiliency: Building Community

This webinar is the fourth in a series highlighting the National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center (NMVVRC) and expands on the topics of recovery and resiliency.

Speakers from the fields of trauma, mass violence, victim services, and victims/survivors themselves will share ideas on how hospitals and health systems can work collaboratively and consistently with victims in order to achieve mutual and sustainable long-term recovery.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of including victims, survivors, and care givers in sustaining long-term recovery from mass violence incidents.
  2. Describe the evidence-based approaches to build a resilient community.
  3. Find specific NMVVRC resources available to hospital CEOs to help prepare for and respond to mass violence incidents.


Anna Newcomb, PhD
American Trauma Society

Aurelia Sands Belle
Research Instructor
National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center

Julie Paez

Moderated by
Anne Seymour
Academic Program Director, NMVVRC

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