Katherine Hoops, MD, MPH, (JD candidate) was awarded her first R01 from CDC for a project entitled “Pediatric Trauma Centers RE-AIM at Gun Safety.” This study will test the effectiveness of a comprehensive training strategy, ACTFAST (Adopting Comprehensive Training for FireArm Safety in Trauma centers), for improving the implementation of a firearm injury prevention effort aimed at increasing protective factors and reducing future pediatric firearm injury and death. Findings from this study, conducted at three major pediatric trauma centers, will help to establish best practices for delivering firearm injury prevention screening and counseling within the pediatric trauma center. She is joined on this award by several co-investigators at Johns Hopkins including Dr. Cassandra Crifasi (SPH), Dr. Michelle Patch (SON), and Dr. Isam Nasr (DOS).