This Viewpoint uses the October 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas to discuss public health imperatives in the US firearm violence epidemic, including long-term treatment of nonfatally injured survivors, management of mental health sequelae for noninjured participants and their communities, and effective responses to commercial stakeholders who benefit from firearm sales at the expense of the public’s health.
This Medical News article discusses how hospitals and communities are preparing for mass shootings and other acts of mass violence.
This Viewpoint describes the five lines of reform the US Department of Defense is implementing for its TRICARE health plan, the main provider of health care services to enlisted service members in all military branches, their families, and retirees.
To review and summarize the evidence for how best to identify individuals in need of disaster mental health services and triage them to appropriate care, North and Pfefferbaum conducted a search of the peer-reviewed English-language literature on disaster mental health response.
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