Warren Alpert Medical School doctors join call to treat gun violence as public health issue

THE WARREN ALPERT Medical School of Brown University will join medical professionals across the United States in calling for firearm violence in the U.S. to be treated as a public health crisis, a movement led by a team of Stanford University physicians and medical students who have created Scrubs Addressing the Firearms Epidemic.
PROVIDENCE – Tonight the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University will join medical professionals nationally calling for a public health response to gun violence in the U.S. The school will be among doctors, nurses, medical students, EMTs and other health care professionals at 40 locations across the country holding simultaneous rallies calling for specific…

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