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The Role of Reason for Firearm Ownership in Beliefs about Firearms and Suicide, Openness to Means Safety, and Current Firearm Storage

Butterworth, S. E., Daruwala, S. E., & Anestis, M. D.
Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior., 2020

This study examines the reasons for firearm ownership, beliefs about firearm ownership, storage, and suicide, willingness to engage in means safety, and current storage practices.

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Hospital-based violence intervention programs work

Cooper, C., Eslinger, D. M., & Stolley, P. D.
The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery., 2006.

Evaluation of the effectiveness of a Violence Intervention Program (VIP) for repeated victims of violence through a prospective randomized control study.

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Firearm Safety and Injury Prevention

Annals of Emergency Medicine., 2020.

Policy statement by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on the role of emergency physicians and firearm safety and injury prevention.

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Voluntary Do-Not-Sell Lists — An Innovative Approach to Reducing Gun Suicides

Fredrick E. Vars
The New England Journal of Medicine., 2020.

A perspective piece on a clinician's role in counseling patients at risk of suicide by providing the option of Voluntary Do Not Sell Firearms List where it is available.

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Disarming Domestic Abusers

Nanasi, N.
Harvard Law and Policy Review., 2020.

This article proposes strategies to disarm domestic abusers, description of current and recommended legislation that would prohibit perpetrators of intimate partner violence from owning or possessing firearms, and litigation strategies to ensure meaningful enforcement.

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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.

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Staying Out of the Way: Perceptions of Digital Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Services, Barriers, and Access to Care Among Young Black Male Survivors of Firearm Violence

Richardson, J. B., Wical, W., Kottage, N., et al.
The Journal of Primary Prevention., 2020

This study looks at addressing transportation as a secondary barrier faced by low-income young Black male survivors of violent injury trying to access CBT and mentoring services through HVIPs.

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SAFER brief community intervention: a primary suicide prevention strategy to improve firearm and medication storage behaviour

Stuber, P. J., Massey, A., Meadows, M., et al.
Injury Prevention., 2020

This study examined an intervention called Signpost, Assess, Facts, Emotion, Recommend (SAFER) designed to motivate changes in behavior to securely store firearms and medications to prevent future suicide. It determined the feasability to implement the intervention in community-based settings such as gun shows, and aiming at high risk individuals for suicide such as veterans and middle-aged men.

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Gun-Related and Other Violent Crime After Involuntary Commitment and Short-Term Emergency Holds

Swanson, J. W., Tong, G., Robertson A. G., et al.
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law., 2020

This article examines the long-term risk of firearm-related and other violent crime in a large sample of adults with serious mental illness in Florida while also exploring policy implications.

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Increases in Actual Health Care Costs and Claims After Firearm Injury

Ranney, M. L., Herges, C., Metcalfe, L., et al.
Annals of Internal Medicine., 2020

This before-after study explored the burden of firearm injury on the healthcare system.

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Older Firearm Owners and Advance Planning: Results of a National Survey

Betz, E. M., Miller, M., Matlock, D. D., et al.
Annals of Internal Medicine., 2020

A national survey describing the frequency of advance planning to transfer firearms to someone else by older firearm owners if they cannot handle them safely in the future, or pass away.

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The Relation Between State Gun Laws and the Incidence and Severity of Mass Public Shootings in the United States, 1976–2018

Siegel, M., Goder-Reiser, M., Duwe, G., et al.
Law and Human Behavior., 2020

This study examined state firearm laws and their separate relationship with the likelihood of a mass public shooting and with the number of fatalities when a mass shooting occurs.

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