Hear from experts working to reduce firearm injury
Breaking Through Barriers: The Emerging Role of HCP Training Programs in Firearm Suicide Prevention
Health care providers can conduct lethal means safety counseling when a patient is at risk for suicide.
Prevent Firearm Suicide
Firearms are the most commonly used method of suicide in the United States. A multilevel approach to suicide prevention can save lives.
Patient Handout (Spanish)
The patient handout available in Spanish from a UC Davis resource, What You Can Do Project, that helps the general public assess firearm safety at home. El folleto está disponible en español también.
Prevent Firearm Suicide: Tools from EFSGV
EFSGV provides educational materials, initiatives, research, and resources for societal, community, relationship, and individual-level interventions for suicide prevention.
Parenting in the Age of School Shootings
An editorial by Dr. Amy Barnhorst published in Psychology Today.
Preventing Firearm-Related Injury and Death: A Targeted Intervention
Learn the background and practical knowledge necessary to intervene with patients to reduce firearm-related harm.
Acceptability and Use of Evidence-Based Practices for Firearm Storage in Pediatric Primary Care.
This study provides important insights about areas of focus for future implementation efforts from policy and research perspectives.