Dr. Price is a professor Emeritus of Health Education and Public Health and has taught courses in human sexuality, issues in public health and survey research. Dr. Price has served as program evaluator on several federal and state grants and was most recently a consultant to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the use of long-acting reversible contraceptives among adolescents. Recently, he served on a committee for the CDC to help establish national objectives for Healthy People 2020. He has published 3 textbooks, one on human sexuality and 300 articles in professional journals. He has been the Editor of American Journal of Health Education and Journal of School Health and is a past president of the American School Health Association.
The significant differences in the state-by-state data provide an opportunity for states with high mortality rates to evaluate the policies in low mortality states. This comparison has the potential to reduce the trajectory of increasing gun deaths.10 August 2022