Virtual Zoom Presentation, Sara Kohlbeck, MPH, “The Cardiff Model for Violence Prevention: How Trauma Centers Can Broaden the Understanding of Community Violence to Inform Prevention”
July 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
On July 6th Dr. Casper Bendixsen will be hosting Sara Kohlbeck, MPH to present virtually on “The Cardiff Model for Violence Prevention: How Trauma Centers Can Broaden the Understanding of Community Violence to Inform Prevention” from 12:00-1:00pm. Sara is a Trauma Research Scientist Candidate.
Sara Kohlbeck is the Director of the Division of Suicide Prevention at the Comprehensive Injury Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin. In her role, Sara works with collaborators around the State of Wisconsin to research, develop, implement, and evaluate strategies for suicide prevention. Her work currently focuses on suicide prevention among veterans as well as farmers and marginalized populations, including Black and Latinx individuals living in urban areas. Sara is also a PhD Candidate in the Institute for Health and Equity at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Her dissertation research is focused on better understanding farmer suicide through qualitative methods, including photovoice. Sara received her Master’s in Public Health from the Zilber School of Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Sara currently lives in Milwaukee, WI with her husband, Aaron, her two children, Grace and Harrison, and her rescue dogs, Brisco and Ollie.