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  • Bohnert, Kipling M. ; Walton, Maureen A. ; Ranney, Megan ; Bonar, Erin E. ; Blow, Frederic C. ; Zimmerman, Marc A., Booth, Brenda M. ; Cunningham, Rebecca M. (Addictive Behaviors, 2014)
    Background: Violence is a leading cause of injury among youth 15–24 years and is frequently associated with drug use. To inform optimal violence interventions, it is critical to understand the baseline characteristics and ...
  • Hohl, Bernadette C. ; Wiley, Shari ; Wiebe, Douglas J. ; Culyba, Alison J. ; Drake, Rebecca ; Branas, Charles C. (JAMA Internal Medicine, 2017)
    Importance: Homicide is the third leading cause of death for adolescents in the United States and the leading cause of death for adolescents who are African American. Large cities have disproportionate homicide rates. ...
  • Hill, Catherine and Kearl, Holly (American Association of University Women, 1996)
    Based on a nationally representative survey of 1,965 students in grades 7–12 conducted in May and June 2011, Crossing the Line: Sexual Harassment at School provides fresh evidence about students’ experiences with ...
  • Carter, Patrick M. ; Walton, Maureen A. ; Goldstick, Jason ; Epstein-Ngo, Quyen M. ; Zimmerman, Marc A. ; Mercado, Melissa C. ; Williams, Amanda Garcia ; Cunningham, Rebecca M. (Preventive Medicine, 2017)
    Firearm homicide is the leading cause of violence-related youth mortality. To inform prevention efforts, we analyzed event-level data to identify unique precursors to firearm conflicts. Youth (ages:14–24) seeking Emergency ...
  • Carter, Patrick M. ; Walton, Maureen A. ; Zimmerman, Marc A. ; Chermack, Stephen T. ; Roche, Jessica S. ; Cunningham, Rebecca M. (Academic Emergency Medicine, 2016)
    Background: Violent injury is the leading cause of death among urban youth. Emergency department (ED) visits represent an opportunity to deliver a brief intervention (BI) to reduce violence among youth seeking medical care ...

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