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give a 2-hour presentation Foundation (1999) observes

of medical, legal, and that program improves

emotional consequences of students’ knowledge about

gun violence; students are guns but does not change

shown photos of gunshot attitudes and behaviors.

victims whose injuries are Detailed information about this

the result of gang and evaluation is not available.

domestic violence and

suicide attempts.

20-minute video with No evaluation of effectiveness

graphic depiction and as of 2002.

emotional impact of gun

violence through interviews

with children who have been

paralyzed, disfigured, or

blinded by gunshot wounds.

continued

TABLE 8-1 Continued

Developer,

Sponsor Target

and/or Type of Age or

Program Publisher Program Grade

Calling the Michael Shock Juvenile

Shots McGonigal, offenders

M.D., ages 15-17

Regions

Hospital,

St. Paul,

Minnesota

The Living The Living Shock Adjudicated

Classroom Classroom middle

Foundation Foundation, school

Baltimore, students

MD, with drug

contact: or gun

John offenses

Dillow,

Director of

the

Maritime

Institute

Teens on Operated by Peer-based Urban

Target Youth education, youth at

(TNT) Alive! intervention, risk

Oakland, and

CA mentoring

program