Dr. Patrick Carter is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine (School of Medicine) and Health Behavior & Health Education (School of Public Health) at the University of Michigan. He is the Co-Director of the University of Michigan Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention, the co-Director of the CDC-funded University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center, and part of the leadership team for the NICHD-funded Firearm Safety among Children and Teens (FACTS) Consortium. His research is broadly within the field of firearm injury prevention, particularly emergency department (ED) interventions for reducing risky firearm behaviors and violent injury outcomes.
CDH Seminar 3/22 "Technology Enhanced Behavioral Interventions for Firearm Injury Prevention" with Dr. Patrick Carter
Dr. Carter will discuss the public health problem of firearm injury prevention, characterize the role of behavioral interventions in reducing violent injury outcomes and provide examples of how technology can be integrated into behavioral interventions for reducing violent injury.