Training Doctors To Ask About Guns In The Home
Medical students are taught to ask their patients about relationship safety, wearing a seat belt and drug and alcohol use. But they’re not required to ask about access to guns. A nonprofit group called SAFE has a mission to make firearms-injury prevention part of the medical school curriculum. Lisa Hagen ( @TwitrHagen) of WABE reports as part of the “ Guns & America” series.
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