School of Health and Human Sciences

Photo of Dr. Erica Payton for an interview on WFDD radio on gun violence.

Dr. Erica Payton, Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health Education who’s research centers around violence prevention, was recently interviewed on 88.5 WFDD Morning Edition.  In the interview conducted by Paul Ford, ‘The rising numbers and lasting impacts of Triad area gun violence’, Payton states, “a preventative approach to violence should include public health, but it should include social work, law enforcement, criminal justice, school systems, we all have to come together to address this issue because the issue is multifaceted and is also very complex.”

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