Published on in Vol 7, No 4 (2021): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/26042, first published .
Impact of Firearm Surveillance on Gun Control Policy: Regression Discontinuity Analysis

Impact of Firearm Surveillance on Gun Control Policy: Regression Discontinuity Analysis

Impact of Firearm Surveillance on Gun Control Policy: Regression Discontinuity Analysis

Journals

  1. Post L, Mason M. The Perfect Gun Policy Study in a Not So Perfect Storm. American Journal of Public Health 2022;112(12):1707 View
  2. Jewett P, Gangnon R, Borowsky I, Peterson J, Areba E, Kiragu A, Densley J. US Mass public shootings since Columbine: victims per incident by race and ethnicity of the perpetrator. Preventive Medicine 2022;162:107176 View
  3. Huang D, Manley N, Lewis R, Fischer P, Lenart E, Croce M, Magnotti L. The sustained effect of a temporary measure: Urban firearm mortality following expiration of the Federal Assault Weapons Ban. The American Journal of Surgery 2022;224(1):111 View
  4. Rajan S, Reeping P, Ladhani Z, Vasudevan L, Branas C. Gun violence in K-12 schools in the United States: Moving towards a preventive (versus reactive) framework. Preventive Medicine 2022;165:107280 View
  5. Schwartz N. AIMING FOR SUCCESS. World Affairs 2022;185(3):442 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ishfaq N. Forensic and Legal Medicine - State of the Art, Practical Applications and New Perspectives. View