How can healthcare professionals support a public health approach to tackling knife crime?

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The BMA’s Board of Science is hosting this online event which will explore how healthcare professionals can support a public health approach to tackling knife crime.

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Registration is free but you need to book your place to be able to attend.

What you will learn

You will hear from Martin P Griffiths DL FRCS about his work on violence reduction, including setting up the first integrated ward-based violence reduction service at Barts Health NHS Trust, where he will explore how doctors can successfully support a public health approach to tackling knife crime.

 

 

Agenda

How can healthcare professionals support a public health approach to tackling knife crime?

  • 12.30pm - Introduction and welcome, Professor Dame Parveen Kumar, board of science chair
  • 12.35pm - Presentation from Martin P Griffiths DL FRCS, national clinical director for violence reduction and consultant trauma and vascular surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust
  • 1.20pm - Question and answer session
  • 1.50pm - Wrap up and close, Dr JS Bamrah, board of science deputy chair

Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions to Dr Martin Griffiths both before and during the event, and the BMA is currently applying for CPD accreditation for this online event.

Registration is free but you need to book your place to be able to attend.

If you have any questions about the event, or any problems registering for the event, please contact BMA conferences on [email protected] or by calling 0207 383 6137.

 

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BMA conferences