WHAT: Public Health & Wellness Expo
WHEN: Thursday, June 29, 2017 , 4 - 8 PM
WHERE: Ferguson Library, One Public Library Plaza, Downtown Stamford, CT
Visit informative and useful organizations from all over the city, such as public health, safety, and wellness groups across Stamford. Please stop by our booth - we'll have something special for you!
Civic Minded Informational Fair for Women In Stamford
Covering Health, Safety and Well Being
Visit vendors from all over the city, from Stamford Hospital to the Police Department to other informative and useful public health, safety, and wellness organizations across Stamford. Please stop by our booth - we'll have something special for you! Come over and say hi at the Stamford Pediatric Gun Safety Project table in addition to learning more about many other public health, wellness, safety, and civic groups in Stamford. We look forward to seeing you there!
Stamford Pediatric Gun Safety Project WBDC (Women’s Bus. Dev. Council)
Joseph W. Nunn Scholarship Intake
Caring with Grace
Stamford Public Education Foundation (SPEF)
Latin Colors Magazine
Parent Leadership Training Institute/PLTI
Children’s Learning CenterStamford Senior Center
African Community of Connecticut
Montalvo’s Boxing Gym
Hispanic Health Council
Ferguson Library South End
Jackie Pioli, Stamford Board of Education Candidate
Quattro Pazzi, Cilantro, FSW, Hudson Grille, Bartaco, Pilar Pelaez, Chocolate Place
For More Info, Contact Leila Montier, PLTI Alumni email@example.com
A new study on childhood firearm injuries in the U.S. finds that nearly 1300 children die and 5790 are treated for gunshot wounds each year.
This is the most comprehensive analysis of firearm-related deaths and injuries among US children to date, examining overall patterns, patterns by intent, trends over time, state-level patterns, and precipitating circumstances. These findings underscore the need for scientifically sound solutions.
In addition, here is an editorial about the study: Confronting the Firearm Injury Plague
Eliot W. Nelson, MD
The Stamford Pediatric Gun Safety Project is now seeking a researcher to help to design a survey, identify variables to be examined, help advise in writing an abstract outlining objectives, methods, results, and conclusions, and offer the Project director general guidance.
If you are interested in becoming involved and supporting the project's mission, please contact Shira Tarantino at firstname.lastname@example.org.