Assault Data Opportunity

Assault Data Opportunity

Millan AbiNader led a study that demonstrated that an established national dataset – the National Emergency Medical Services Information System (NEMSIS) – can be used to surveil domestic assaults in communities and respond to population-specific...
Parsing the Evidence

Parsing the Evidence

Terry Richmond moderated a panel of top experts in the field of firearm violence, making sense of “what works and what doesn’t” in the prevention of firearm deaths. Federal research dollars are now being reinvested into the topic after a more than...
Driver Algorithm Accuracy

Driver Algorithm Accuracy

A validation study led by Jeff Ebert, Kate McDonald, and Kit Delgado demonstrated that a widely used algorithm for classifying driver trips vs. passenger trips using smartphone kinematics was 97% accurate and robust to a variety of phone characteristics, vehicle...
Submit to Special Issue on Gun Violence Prevention

Submit to Special Issue on Gun Violence Prevention

Inquiry is accepting submissions to a special issue devoted to improving the evidence base for gun violence prevention strategies designed to operate at the neighborhood and community level. This will be a true or “gold” open-access issue that involves author fees,...
Nominate an Outstanding Firearm Injury Paper

Nominate an Outstanding Firearm Injury Paper

Have you published a paper in a peer-reviewed journal after July 1, 2022, with its focus on U.S. firearm injury, firearm violence, or their prevention? The Research Society for the Prevention of Firearm-Related Harms and the National Collaborative on Gun Violence...
STAT Wunderkind

STAT Wunderkind

Emma Sartin was named a STAT Wunderkind for her multidisciplinary approach to understanding racial disparities in child traffic injuries. The award recognizes the best early-career researchers in health and medicine in North America.