UCFC's BulletPoints Project is researching, developing, implementing, and evaluating training programs for clinicians to work with patients to prevent firearm-related harm.

 

  

BulletPoints believes that a well-informed, politically neutral, and collaborative approach to firearm injury prevention is the most effective way to save lives.

Visit the BulletPoints Project online to learn more.

BulletPoints works with patients, medical and mental health clinicians, and firearm owners to develop acceptable, risk-based, and effective firearm injury prevention strategies when someone’s risk for injury is elevated and access to a firearm further increases the chance of injury or death.