The following peer-reviewed articles detail firearm risk, firearm epidemiology, provider counseling on firearms, and more.

Barnhorst A and Kagawa RMC. Access to firearms: When and how do mental health clients become prohibited from owning guns?

Betz ME, et al. Firearms and Dementia: Clinical Considerations

Betz ME and Wintemute GJ. Physician Counseling on Firearm Safety: A New Kind of Cultural Competence

Betz ME, et al. Public Opinion Regarding Whether Speaking With Patients About Firearms Is Appropriate: Results of a National Survey

Betz ME, et al. Frozen Funding on Firearm Research: “Doing Nothing is No Longer an Acceptable Solution”

Betz ME, et al. An Interactive Web-Based Lethal Means Safety Decision Aid for Suicidal Adults (Lock to Live): Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Betz ME, et al. Physicians, Patients, and Firearms: The Courts Say “Yes”

Betz ME. Firearms and Suicide: Finding the Right Words

Butkus R, et al. Reducing Firearm Injuries and Deaths in the United States: A Position Paper From the American College of Physicians

Cunningham RM, et al. Prevention of Firearm Injuries Among Children and Adolescents: Consensus-Driven Research Agenda from the Firearm Safety Among Children and Teens (FACTS) Consortium

Damari ND, et al. Continuing Medical Education and Firearm Violence Counseling

Goldstick JE, et al. Development of the SaFETy Score: A Clinical Screening Tool for Predicting Future Firearm Violence Risk

Kapp MB. Geriatric Patients, Firearms, and Physicians

Kelly T, et al. Firearm Storage Maps: A Pragmatic Approach to Reduce Firearm Suicide During Times of Risk

Lacqueur H, et al. The Impact of Spikes in Handgun Acquisitions on Firearm Related Harms

Lum HD, et al. Gun Access and Safety Practices among Older Adults

McCourt AD and Vernick JS. Law, Ethics, and Conversations between Physicians and Patients about Firearms in the Home

McCourt AD, et al. Temporary Transfer of Firearms From the Home to Prevent Suicide: Legal Obstacles and Recommendations

Miller M, et al. Changes in Firearm and Medication Storage Practices in Homes of Youths at Risk for Suicide: Results of the SAFETY Study, a Clustered, Emergency Department-Based, Multisite, Stepped-Wedge Trial

Norris DM, et al. Firearm Laws, Patients, and the Roles of Psychiatrists

Pallin R, et al. "Hey, Let me Hold your Guns for a While": A Qualitative Study of Messaging for Firearm Suicide Prevention

Pinholt EM, et al. “Is There a Gun in the Home?” Assessing the Risks of Gun Ownership in Older Adults

Ranney ML, et al. A Call to Action: Firearms, Public Health, and Emergency Medicine

Ranney ML, et al. A Consensus-Driven Agenda for Emergency Medicine Firearm Injury Prevention Research

Ranney ML, et al. Evidence-Based Solutions to Pediatric Firearm Deaths-The Need for Out-of-the-Box Answers

Roszko PJ, et al. Clinician Attitudes, Screening Practices, and Interventions to Reduce Firearm-Related Injury

Rowhani-Rahbar A, et al. Effectiveness of Interventions to Promote Safe Firearm Storage

Schleimer J, et al. Firearm Ownership in California: A Latent Class Analysis

Scott J, et al. Firearm Storage in Homes With Children With Self-Harm Risk Factors

Weinberger SE, 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

Wintemute GJ, et al. Firearms, Alcohol and Crime: Convictions for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Other Alcohol-related Crimes and Risk for Future Criminal Activity Among Authorised Purchasers of Handguns

Wintemute GJ, et al. Yes, You Can: Physicians, Patients, and Firearms

Wintemute GJ. Background Checks For Firearm Purchases: Problem Areas And Recommendations To Improve Effectiveness

Wintemute GJ. The Epidemiology of Firearm Violence in the Twenty-First Century United States