11 edition of Reducing firearm injury and death found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-166) and index.
|Statement||Trudy Ann Karlson & Stephen W. Hargarten.|
|Contributions||Hargarten, Stephen W.|
|LC Classifications||RA772.F57 K37 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|ISBN 10||0813524202, 0813524210|
|LC Control Number||97001803|
Firearm injury continues to plague our country and potential solutions remain a high profile topic in the national debate. While gun control is clearly a polarizing issue, other approaches to this public health problem may allow us (and perhaps other academic medical organizations) to lead an effort to find a common ground so that progress can be made in addressing firearm violence. How to prevent gun injuries at home. Eliminate access to guns: “This is the only proven method of preventing accidental firearm injuries is the absence of a firearm from the home,” Carter says. Many firearm-related incidents occur simply because a child or .
The number of firearm injuries itself captures only one part of the true burden of firearm violence. While trauma surgeons may be able to prevent deaths from gun trauma, firearm injuries can still have long-lasting impacts, such as physical disability and emotional trauma for . Firearms and violent death in the United States. Johns Hopkins University Press. In Reducing Gun Violence in America. Webster DW, Vernick JS, eds. () Clark DE, Moore L. Multilevel modeling. Chapter 23 of Li G, Baker S, editors, Injury Research: Theories, Methods, and .
5. Firearm owners should adhere to best practices to reduce the risk of accidental or intentional injuries or deaths from ﬁrearms. They should ensure that their ﬁre-arms cannot be accessed by children, adolescents, peo-ple with dementia, people with substance use disor-Reducing Firearm Injuries and Deaths in the United States. Title: ACP Summary of Position Paper Update on Reducing Firearms-related Injury and Death Author: Katherine Rapp Keywords: guns, firearms, background checks, gun safety, assault weapons, high capacity magazines, mental health, firearm research, domestic violence, child access prevention, concealed carry, protection orders, #ThisIsOurLane, National Rifle Association, NRA, 2nd amendment.
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Reducing Firearm Injury and Death teaches basic facts about guns and gun injuries, and by reframing the problem of firearms as a public health issue, offers hope for saving lives.
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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send Cited by: CHICAGO (Novem ): Today the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (ACS COT) released its initial set of recommendations from its Firearm Strategy Team (FAST) Workgroup to move a path forward to the development of an effective and durable strategy for reducing firearm injury, death, and disability in the United States.
Get this from a library. Reducing firearm injury and death: a public health sourcebook on guns. [Trudy Ann Karlson; Stephen W Hargarten] -- Two experts in public health and injury control show readers how guns are products, designed to injure and kill, and how changes in the design, technology, and marketing of firearms can lead to.
Reducing firearm injury and death by Trudy Ann Karlson,Rutgers University Press edition, in EnglishCited by: With Reducing Firearm Injury and Death: A Public Health Sourcebook on Guns, authors Trudy A Karlson and Stephen W Hargarten remedy this gap in the public health literature.
After a brief chapter summarizing the scope of the firearm injury problem, the book's strongest chapters : Jon S Vernick. Supporters of gun law reforms hold signs at a rally in Washington, D.C., in A public health approach to reducing firearm violence would recognize the need to.
Firearm injury—including other-directed, self-directed, and unintentional injury and death—is a broad-based public health issue. Inmore t people were killed by firearms . In the same year, half of those who died by suicide used a firearm, and three-quarters of homicides involved a firearm .
The Firearm Injury and Policy Research Program’s mission is to reduce the impact of firearm injury and death on people’s lives through interdisciplinary research and collaboration with institutional, community, and governmental partners. We are building on a strong, successful history of investigation and collaboration in this arena.
The Association of Firearm Caliber With Likelihood of Death From Gunshot Injury in Criminal Assaults. Anthony A. Braga, PhD 1 and Philip J. Cook, PhD 2 Respondents were asked to estimate the effect on the overall homicide rate of a policy that was successful in reducing the firearms homicide rate.
Those respondents who on other items had. In our view, legislators must balance the protection of the constitutional right to possess a firearm for self-defense with the responsibility to reduce firearm-related injury and death. Jon S.
Vernick of the National Public Health Law Center will walk participants through the scope of the problem, practices that are and are not proven to reduce firearm-related injuries and death, and public health law issues, with a special focus on children and teens. Learning Objectives: During this webinar, participants will learn about.
Books Music Art & design TV & radio Stage Classical Strict firearm laws reduce gun deaths: here’s the evidence According to a summary of the research by the Harvard Injury. The public health community has long recognized unintentional gun injuries as a public health issue.
In in the United States, people died from unintentional gunshot wounds, resulting in a crude death rate of perUnintentional gun.
Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and the National Urban League, Strategies for Reducing Gun Violence in American Cities, June Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, National Education Association, and American Federation of Teachers, Keeping Our Schools Safe: A Plan to Stop Mass Shootings and End Gun.
“The association between changes in household firearm ownership and rates of suicide in the United States, ” Injury Prevention. ; 6. Across states, more guns = more suicide (Northeast) We analyzed data on suicide and suicide attempts for states in the Northeast. IVP Reduce nonfatal firearm-related injuries.
IVP Increase the number of States and the District of Columbia that link data on violent deaths from death certificates, law enforcement, and coroner and medical examiner reports to inform prevention efforts at.
Over the past year, there has been a great deal of momentum on the state level to reduce firearms-related injuries and deaths, including through legislative initiatives. In1, firearms-related bills were introduced in state legislatures across the nation. Since the Parkland shootings, new firearm safety laws were enacted in David Hemenway, the director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center, told us last year that an assault weapons ban may reduce mass shootings, but it would be unlikely to reduce gun.
The collaboration also has the goal of “Fostering multidisciplinary and community collaborations with stakeholders interested in reducing firearm-related injury and death, including gun-owners,” according to a statement. Analysis revealed that universal background checks, permit requirements, “may issue” laws (where local authorities have discretion in approving who can carry a concealed weapon), and laws banning people convicted of violent misdemeanors from possessing firearms are, individually and collectively, significantly able to reduce gun-related deaths.
Technologies that can reduce firearm violence offer further opportunities to reduce the burden of product-related injuries. Research from the injury prevention field indicates that changing products to make them safer is frequently more effective at reducing injury and death than trying.Injury due to firearms is a serious health issue in the USA, leading to nea deaths annually and many more non-fatal injuries.
Despite the significant impact on morbidity and mortality, relatively little research funding is dedicated to understanding the impact of firearm-related injury and to developing strategies to mitigate harm. Here are six steps that we can take to reduce America’s shameful gun-violence problem. 1.
Buying a gun should be like buying a car. The reduction in U.S. motor-vehicle deaths over the past