Recurrent Injury

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Peer-Reviewed Article

Evaluation of a Hospital-based Youth Violence Intervention

De Vos, E., Stone, D. A., Goetz, M. A., et al.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine., 1996.

This study examines an intervention, a violence-prevention consultation, for hospital-based youth victims of nondomestic violence.

External Resource

End Family Fire

Resources and recommendations on how to prevent a family fire- a shooting involving an improperly stored or misused gun in the home that results in injury or death.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Safe Firearm Storage: A Call for Research Informed by Firearm Stakeholders

Beidas, R. S., Rivara, F., and Rowhani-Rahbar, A.
Pediatrics, 2020.

A call to action for needed research informed by firearm stakeholders to help clinicians make acceptable, adoptable recommendations of ways to safely store firearms and reduce risk of injury and mortality.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Firearm Storage Maps: A Pragmatic Approach to Reduce Firearm Suicide During Times of Risk

Kelly, T., Brandspigel, S., Polzer, E., et al.
Annals of Internal Medicine., 2020.

A discussion about lethal means safety efforts in Colorado with firearm storage maps.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Violent Reinjury and Mortality Among Youth Seeking Emergency Department Care for Assault-Related Injury: A 2-Year Prospective Cohort Study

Cunningham, R. M., Carter, P. M., Ranney, M., et al.
JAMA Pediatrics, 2015

This paper looks at recidivism rates in youth who were victims of assault-related injury.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Efficacy of a Universal Brief Intervention for Violence Among Urban Emergency Department Youth

Carter, P. M., Walton, M. A., Zimmerman, M. A., et al.
Academic Emergency Medicine, 2016

This study demonstrates that a brief intervention targeted to youth who present to the emergency department may result in a decrease in aggressive behaviors.

Peer-Reviewed Article

What Are Parents Willing to Discuss with Their Pediatrician About Firearm Safety? A Parental Survey

Garbutt, J. M., Bobenhouse, N., Dodd, S., et al.
The Journal of Pediatrics, 2016

This paper finds that focusing on firearm injury prevention strategies during parental counseling can be more effective than direct interrogation.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Survivors of Gun Violence and the Experience of Recovery

O'Neill, K. M., Vega, C., Saint-Hilaire, S., et al.
The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 2020

This research study interviews 20 survivors of firearm violence about their experiences during the recovery process.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Violent trauma recidivism: Does all violence escalate?

Nygaard, R. M., Marek, A. P., Daly, S. R., et al.
European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery, 2018

This article examines different databases to characterize recedivism in trauma patients.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Risk Factors for Assaultive Reinjury and Death Following a Nonfatal Firearm Assault Injury: A Population-based Retrospective Cohort Study

Pear, V. A., Mccort, C. D., Kravitz-Wirtz, N., et al.
Preventive Medicine, 2020

This retrospective cohort study aimed to characterize individuals with firearm related injury who may be at risk for reinjury.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs Save Lives and Money

Purtle, J., Dicker, R., Cooper, C., et al.
The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 2013.

The paper discusses HVIPs as a strategy to address the financial strains on trauma systems and the absence of preventive intervention in trauma systems.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Developing a Trauma-Informed, Emergency Department–Based Intervention for Victims of Urban Violence

Corbin, T. J., Rich, J. A., Bloom, S. L., et al
Journal of Trauma & Dissociation., 2011.

A conceptual framework for an intervention called Healing Hurt People is a trauma-informed program designed for emergency department–based and hospital-based violence intervention programs.

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