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Hemenway D. Edited by John C. Burham. Accident Prone: The Rise and Fall of a Paradim in Injury Prevention. Injury Prevention 2011;17:143 doi:10.1136/ip.2011.031658. Find it here.
(In press) Hemenway D. Edited by Peter D Norton. Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City. Injury Prevention.
(In Press) Hemenway, D. Public Policy. In: Li, G, Baker S, eds. Injury Research: Theories, Methods, and Approaches. New York: Springer.
(In Press) Hemenway, D. Accidents with guns; gun violence as a public health problem, motor vehicle laws as a model for gun laws, suicide and guns, firearms research digest, Firearm and Injury Center at Penn, guns in the home. Encyclopedia of Guns in American Society, 2nd ed. Denver: ABC CLIO 2012.
Connorton E, Perry MJ, Hemenway D, Miller M. Relief workers and trauma-related mental illness. Epidemiologic Reviews.
De Vos, E., Spivak, H., Hatmaker-Flanigan, E., and Sege R. Preventing violence through positive youth development: a Delphi approach to identify and select priority topics for anticipatory guidance. Pediatrics.
Gradus J, Qin P, Lincoln A, Miller M, Lawler L, Sorensen HT, Lash TL. Sexual victimization and completed suicide among female adults in Denmark. Violence Against Women.
Hemenway, D. Measuring the cost of injury: Underestimating the costs of street violence. Injury Prevention.
Miller M, Azrael D, Barber C. Geographic, demographic, and temporal heterogeneity of suicide mortality in the United States: the importance of attending to method in understanding population-level disparities in the burden of suicide. Annual Review of Public Health.
Miller M, Azrael D, Barber C, Mukamal K, Lawler E. A call to link data to answer pressing questions about suicide risk among veterans. American Journal of Public Health.
Miller M, Barber C, Young M, Mukamal K, Lawler L. Veteran status and the risk of suicide: a reappraisal of findings from the NHIS. American Journal of Public Health.
Murtagh L and Miller M. Censorship in the Patient-Physician Relationship. Journal of the American Medical Association; doi: 10.1001/jama.2011.1235.
Richards J, Edwards K, Lackey M, Wallace L, Calleson J, Barber C, Long T, Lin S., Farel A. Collaborative learning while doing: Technology skills development at an annual grantee meeting. Maternal and Child Health Journal.
Solnick SJ, Hemenway D. ‘The Twinkie Defense:’ the relationship between carbonated non-diet soft drinks and violence perpetration among Boston high school students. Injury Prevention.
White R, Barber C, Azrael D, Mukamal K, Miller M. Are men who served in the U.S. military at elevated risk for suicidal behavior? Findings from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Suicide Life Threatening Behavior.
Azrael D. Hemenway D. Greater than the sum of their parts: The benefits of Youth Violence Prevention Centers. American Journal of Community Psychology. [Epub ahead of print]
Barber C, Hemenway D. Too many or too few unintentional firearm deaths in official U.S. mortality data? Accident Analysis and Prevention. 43(3):724-31.
Betz ME, Barber C, Miller M. Suicidal behavior and firearm access: results from the second injury control and risk survey (ICARIS-2). Suicide and Life Threatening Behaviors. 41(4):384-391.
Borges G, Azrael D, Almeida J, Johnson RM, Molnar BE, Hemenway D, Miller M. Immigration, suicidal ideation and deliberate self-injury in the Boston youth survey 2006. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior. 41(2):193-202.
Bridgewater K, Peterson S, McDevitt J, Hemenway D, Bass J, Bothwell P, Everdell R. A community-based systems learning approach to understanding youth violence in Boston. Progress in Community Health Partnerships. 5(1):67-75.
Connorton E, Miller M, Perry MJ, Hemenway D. Mental health and unintentional injurers: results from the national co-morbidity survey replication. Injury Prevention. 17(3):171-5.
Goldstein GP, Clark DE, Travis LL, Haskins AE. Explaining regional disparities in traffic mortality by decomposing conditional probabilities. Injury Prevention. 17(2):84-90
Gorra AS, Clark DE, Mullins RJ. Using hospital outcomes to predict 30-day mortality among injured patients insured by Medicare. Archives of Surgery. 146(2):195-200.
Green JG, Dunn EC, Johnson RM, Molnar BE. A multilevel Investigation of the association between achool context and adolescent nonphysical bullying.Journal of School Violence. 10(2):133-149.
Hemenway, D. Risks and benefits of a gun in the home. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. [Epub ahead of printing].
Hemenway D, Solnick SJ. The unintentional injurer: results from the Boston youth survey. American Journal of Public Health. 101(4):663-8.
Hemenway, D. Review of Burham JC. Accident prone: A history of technology, psychology and misfits of the machine age. Injury Prevention. 17:286.
Hemenway, D. Review of Norton PD. Fighting traffic: The dawn of the motor age in the American city. Injury Prevention. 17:143.
Johnson RM, Frank EM, Ciocca M, Barber CW. Training mental healthcare providers to reduce at-risk patients’ access to lethal means of suicide: Evaluation of the CALM project. Archives of Suicide Research; 15: 259-264.
Liem M, Barber C, Markwalder N, Killias M, Nieuwbeertaa P. Homicide–suicide and other violent deaths: An international comparison. Forensic Science International. 207(1-3):70-6.
Miller M, Borges G, Mukamal K, Rimm E, Benjet, C, Medina-Mora ME, Orozco R. Use and abuse of alcohol, drugs and tobacco and the risk of subsequent suicidality: findings from the Mexican Adolescent Mental Health Survey. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 113(2-3):110-117.
Miller M, Stürmer T, Azrael D, Levin R, Solomon DH. Opioid analgesics and the risk of fractures in older adults with arthritis. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 59(3):430-8. PMID21391934.
Richardson EG, Hemenway D. Homicide, suicide and unintentional firearm fatality: comparing the United States with other high-income countries, 2003. Journal of Trauma; 70:238-43.
Rothman EF, Johnson RM, Young R, Weinberg J, Azrael D, Molnar BE. Neighborhood-level factors associated with physical dating violence perpetration: results of a representative survey conducted in Boston, MA. Journal of Urban Health. 88(2):201-13.