Explore the latest in firearm science, including the epidemiology of firearm homicide and suicides and the politics of gun safety science.
This cross-sectional study examines changes in firearm suicide rates in Missouri following the loosening of state firearm restrictions by comparing reported suicide rates with states with similar demographic characteristics that did not change firearm laws.
This difference-in-differences cohort study evaluates whether state laws that raised the minimum age to purchase and/or possess a handgun to 21 years were associated with lower rates of firearm homicide perpetrated by young adults aged 18 to 20 years.
This Viewpoint proposes conducting more research on active shooter drills in schools since preliminary evidence shows that these drills may be associated with emotional and psychological harm to students.
This cohort study investigates the locations of mass shootings in relation to schools and places frequented by children.
This cross-sectional study uses data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System Firearm Injury Surveillance Study to test the ability of natural language processing combined with 4 machine learning models to predict the locations of nonfatal gunshot injuries.
This Viewpoint assesses firearm mortality trends from 1999 to 2018 and current regional/demographic trends.
This cross-sectional study examines incidence, distribution, and lethality of firearm injuries in California from 2005 to 2015.
This Viewpoint describes methods other than legislation and law enforcement that can help reduce the high rate of gun violence in the US.
This survey study assess whether patterns in firearm ownership are associated with opinions on firearm safety among adults in California.
This survey study of caregivers of people with Alzheimer disease and related dementias assesses caregiver views on firearm safety risks, experiences with health care professional–delivered counseling, and preferred sources of information about firearm safety.
This cohort study assesses the association of firearm suicide risk with sociodemographic characteristics among US adults.
This cross-sectional study characterizes the early use of California’s extreme risk protection order (ERPO) policy by providing an aggregate, statewide description of ERPOs, the individuals subject to them, and petitioners.
This case series study examines firearm deaths in homes in King County, Washington, from 2011 to 2018.
This cross-sectional study examines the rates of firearm fatalities in children aged 0 to 14 years in states with vs without child access prevention laws.
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