Dr. Michael Brumage, Assistant Dean for Public Health Practice and Service at the WVU School of Public Health, joins the second episode of the ICRC podcast (entitled OOMPH!) to discuss adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), links to the opioid crisis, and mindfulness. In early February, Dr. Brumage's webinar on ACEs was launched through the ICRC's asynchronous webinar series.
OOMPH! is a podcast developed by the WVU ICRC to engage listeners is a frank and informal conversation about injury control.The podcast gives listeners an opportunity to go beyond data and to understand the story behind a researcher and specific topics in injury control and public health.
You can also search for OOMPH! on iTunes.