Research Agendas & Key Overview Articles

  1. Betz ME, Ranney ML, Wintemute GJ. Frozen Funding on Firearm Research:“Doing Nothing Is No Longer an Acceptable Solution”. Western journal of emergency medicine. 2016 Jan;17(1):91:
  2. Butkus R, Doherty R, Bornstein SS, for the Health and Public Policy Committee of the American College of Physicians. Reducing Firearm Injuries and Deaths in the United States: A Position Paper From the American College of Physicians. Ann Intern Med. 2018 October 30:
  3. Ladapo JA, Rodwin BA, Ryan AM, Trasande L, Blustein J. Scientific publications on firearms in youth before and after Congressional action prohibiting federal research funding. Jama. 2013 Aug 7;310(5):532-4:
  4. National Research Council. Priorities for research to reduce the threat of firearm-related violence. National Academies Press; 2013 Oct 3.:
  5. Ranney ML, Fletcher J, Alter H, Barsotti C, Bebarta VS, Betz ME, Carter PM, Cerdá M, Cunningham RM, Crane P, Fahimi J. A consensus-driven agenda for emergency medicine firearm injury prevention research. Annals of emergency medicine. 2017 Feb 1;69(2):227-40:
  6. Stewart RM, Kuhls DA, Rotondo MF, Bulger EM. Freedom with responsibility: a consensus strategy for preventing injury, death, and disability from firearm violence. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2018 Apr 19:
  7. Weinberger SE, Hoyt DB, Lawrence HC, Levin S, Henley DE, Alden ER, et al. Firearm-Related Injury and Death in the United States: A Call to Action From 8 Health Professional Organizations and the American Bar Association. Ann Intern Med. 2015 April 7; 162:513–516:
  8. Wintemute GJ, Betz ME, Ranney ML. Yes, you can: physicians, patients, and firearms. Annals of internal medicine. 2016 Aug 2;165(3):205-13:


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