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Protect Minnesota interviews Dr. Marc Zimmerman, Marshall H. Becker Collegiate Professor and co-Director of the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention at the University of Michigan on 8/9/2022. Protect Minnesota is a podcast which covers the important issues of gun violence prevention across the state of Minnesota. Listen to the full 40-minute interview.
The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center, in partnership with the National Center for School Safety and Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention, will be hosting Learning Without Violence: A School Violence Prevention Summit on Wednesday, February 15, 2023. This virtual event will feature concurrent sessions covering four topics: Epidemiology of School Violence, Mental Health in Schools, School Climate, […]
Wiebe, D. J., & Sorenson, S. B. (2002). Studying homicide in the home and how guns are kept. Injury Prevention, 8(4), 345-345. No Abstract Available.
Morrison, C. N., Kaufman, E. J., Humphreys, D. K., & Wiebe, D. J. (2021). Firearm homicide incidence, Within-state firearm laws, and Interstate firearm laws in US counties. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 32(1), 36. Abstract Background: Firearm homicides occur less frequently in US states with more firearm control laws. However, firearms are easily transported across state lines, and laws in […]
South, E. C., Stillman, K., Buckler, D. G., & Wiebe, D. (2021). Association of gun violence with emergency department visits for stress-responsive complaints. Annals of emergency medicine, 77(5), 469-478. Abstract Study objective: We evaluate the association between living near a neighborhood shooting and emergency department (ED) utilization for stress-responsive complaints. Methods: In this location-based before-and-after neighborhood study, we examined […]
Kaufman, E. J., Wiebe, D. J., Xiong, R. A., Morrison, C. N., Seamon, M. J., & Delgado, M. K. (2021). Epidemiologic trends in fatal and nonfatal firearm injuries in the US, 2009-2017. JAMA internal medicine, 181(2), 237-244. Abstract Importance: Firearm injury research in the US has focused on fatal injuries. The incidence and epidemiologic factors associated with nonfatal […]
Kaufman, E. J., Morrison, C. N., Olson, E. J., Humphreys, D. K., Wiebe, D. J., Martin, N. D., Sims, C.A., Hoofnagle, M.H., Schwab, C.W., Reilly, P.M., & Seamon, M. J. (2020). Universal background checks for handgun purchases can reduce African American homicide rates. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 88(6). Abstract Background: Federal law requires background […]