Explore the latest in firearm science, including the epidemiology of firearm homicide and suicides and the politics of gun safety science.
This study describes the incidence of and charges associated with emergency department and inpatient management of firearm-related injuries in a US pediatric population.
This qualitative study assesses the needs of stakeholders who would be affected by implementing an evidence-based approach to firearm safety promotion in pediatric primary care settings as a youth suicide prevention strategy.
This viewpoint discusses the need for approval of and funding for gun research.
This study examines self-reported data from the 2013 and 2016 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System in Washington State to quantify the association between presence of an adult reporting alcohol misuse and children’s living in a home with an unsafely stored firearm.
This cross-sectional study examines all outpatient emergency department (ED) visits and inpatient admissions for injuries following legal interventions by police and other law enforcement agents and trends in injury rates and severity and association with disparities by race and ethnicity of the treated patients.
This study compares injury and death rates during active shooter incidents with vs without semiautomatic rifles.
This survey study reports the opinions regarding guns and gun control legislation from a sample of youths in the United States.
This population epidemiology study estimates national rates of firearm homicide and suicide and unintentional gun deaths in 195 countries and territories from 1990 to 2016.
This Viewpoint reviews CDC injury statistics documenting a rise in preventable fatalities in young people related to opioids, motor vehicle crashes, and firearms, and calls for policies aimed at reversing the trend.
This cross-sectional study uses data from police department investigation files to characterize the association between firearm caliber and likelihood of death in victims and survivors of shootings in Boston, Massachusetts, between 2010 and 2014.
This cross-sectional analysis of US county data examines whether counties in states located closer to states with lenient firearm policies have higher firearm death rates.
This Viewpoint proposes 6 components of a public health strategy to reduce gun violence that would provide meaningful harm control and be lawful within existing Second Amendment case law.
The Viewpoint reexamines the attribution of mass shootings to untreated serious mental illness.
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