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New video from ACP: Firearm injury in our lane

Physicians and patients share harrowing personal stories of hurt, hope, and resilience in a new video, and ACP calls for common-sense policies to help reduce firearms-related injuries and death.
30 Apr 2024

Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP Spotlight offers readers a look at ACP's current top priorities and initiatives, as well as highlights from our e-newsletter, I.M. Matters Weekly from ACP.
1 May 2024

ACP joins new coalition for firearm injury prevention

The College is coming together with other leading medical and public health care organizations across the U.S. to push for a comprehensive public health approach to advance firearm injury prevention efforts through education, advocacy, and community-centered strategies.
21 Mar 2023

Forum focuses on preventing firearm injury

During “Firearm Injury: An Escalating Health Crisis,” a panel of experts discussed what health care professionals can do to reduce the adverse impact of guns on patients' health.
1 Mar 2023

Register now for ACP and Annals of Internal Medicine's forum on “Firearm Injury: An Escalating Health Crisis”

The virtual live event will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 11, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. ET.
3 Jan 2023

ACP's new firearms resources include online hub, videos

The hub features Annals of Internal Medicine articles and content, ACP policies and recommendations, information on collaborations, and multimedia resources.
30 May 2023

Health policy 'valentines' from ACP

ACP actively worked to improve the lives of members and their patients in 2023 by addressing several key issues, such as reducing administrative burdens and calling for Medicare to be able to negotiate prescription drug prices.
1 Feb 2024

ACP, Annals of Internal Medicine host forum on firearm-related injury

A full recording of “Firearm Injury: An Escalating Health Crisis” is available for replay online.
17 Jan 2023

Extreme risk protection orders show potential for reducing firearms-related injury

A descriptive study in Washington State, where an extreme risk protection order law went into effect in December 2016, examined the circumstances in which such orders were filed, as well as characteristics of the respondents.
30 Jun 2020

Discussions of firearm safety uncommon in the health care setting

Of 4,011 adults from gun-owning households who participated in the 2019 National Firearms Survey, 7.5% said they had ever discussed firearm safety with a clinician.
22 Dec 2020

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