The Consortium for Risk-Based Firearm Policy              

February 2018

The Consortium for Risked-Based Firearm Policy




In order to share the good work you have been doing, we are sending out a monthly update with new studies, projects, and articles that our Consortium members and colleagues are working on. Please feel free to send us any recently published studies or projects throughout the month, and we will compile and distribute to the group.






Barnhorst A, Wintemute G, Betz ME. 2018 Jan. How Should Physicians Make Decisions About Mandatory Reporting When a Patient Might Become Violent? AMA Journal of Ethics.


Crifasi CK, Merrill-Francis M, Webster DW, Wintemute GJ, Vernick JS. 2018 Jan 13. Changes in the legal environment and enforcement of firearm transfer laws in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Injury Prevention.


Damari ND, Ahluwalia KS, Viera AJ, & Goldstein AO. 2018 Jan. Continuing Medical Education and Firearm Violence Counseling. AMA Journal of Ethics.


Hemenway D. 2017 Dec. Commentary: Easy home gun access and adolescent depression. Soc Sci Med.


Jain A, Appelbaum PS. 2018 Jan. Balancing autonomy and beneficence at the time of psychiatric discharge. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research.


McCourt AD, Vernick JS. 2018 Jan. Law, Ethics, and Conversations between Physicians and Patients about Firearms in the Home. AMA Journal of Ethics.


McGinty EE, Kennedy-Hendricks A, Linden S, Choksy S, Stone E, Daumit GL. 2017 Dec. An innovative model to coordinate healthcare and social services for people with serious mental illness: A mixed-methods case study of Maryland’s Medicaid health home program. General Hospital Psychiatry.


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