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Ryerson | What Do Viruses Have To Do With Gun Violence? | Annette Bailey & Renée Bailey

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10:00 PM, Friday 5 Apr 2019 (45 minutes)
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“In the news today, another fatal shooting.” These words signal lost legacy, interrupted dreams, grieving families, and divided communities. Gun violence works like a virus. It spreads, multiplies, and quickly snuffs out the lives of our youth. Are we addressing gun violence in the right way? And what can science teach us about how communities can defend youth against gun violence? As a mother-daughter team, we will use research evidence and the analogy of viruses to create new ways of thinking about gun violence prevention.
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Ryerson University
Associate Professor, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing
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Ryerson University
Biomedical Science Student, Faculty of Science