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Evaluation of the effectiveness of a Violence Intervention Program (VIP) for repeated victims of violence through a prospective randomized control study.External Resource
We’ve Got Your Back: How Service Providers can Support Male Survivors of Violence
Video on the importance of a culturally-responsive and trauma-informed approach to care for boys and men who are survivors of violence.
Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Veteran Suicide Prevention
Educational products, podcasts, training videos, and firearm safety tip sheets for veteran suicide prevention.
The Next 100 Questions: A Research Agenda For Ending Gun Violence
A report on the research agenda for firearm violence prevention by addressing 100 research questions that yield actionable findings and can reduce gun violence.
Firearm Purchase and Storage During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Dr. Ali Rowhani-Rahbar speaks on firearm buying and storage during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of a webinar series on firearm violence.
A resource for parents and caregivers to normalize conversations about safe firearm storage with the BE SMART framework.
Safe Storage Infographic (Spanish)
Print this infographic and hang it in your waiting room, exam room, or other clinic spaces to remind patients and clinicians about the importance of safe firearm storage.External Resource
Extreme Risk Protection Orders: New Recommendations for Policy and Implementation
This report provides new recommendations to address contemporary issues in Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) policy and implementation.
Firearm Safety and Injury Prevention
Policy statement by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on the role of emergency physicians and firearm safety and injury prevention.Peer-Reviewed Article
Voluntary Do-Not-Sell Lists — An Innovative Approach to Reducing Gun Suicides
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.External Resource
The Public Health Approach to Gun Violence Prevention
The report discusses a public health approach to prevent gun violence by defining and monitoring the issue, identifying risk and protective factors, developing and testing prevention strategies, and ensuring widespread adoption of effective strategies.
Reducing Violence Without Police: A Review of Research Evidence
This report by John Jay College Research Advisory Group on Preventing and Reducing Community Violence reviews and summarizes research on policies and programs known to reduce community violence without relying on police.