(2000) Azrael D, Miller M, Hemenway D. Are firearms stored safely in households with children? It depends on whom you ask. Pediatrics. Electronic pages. 106:e31.
(2000) Azrael D, Hemenway D. In the safety of your own home: Results from a national survey of gun use at home. Social Science and Medicine; 50: 285-9.
(2000) Barber C, Hemenway D, Hargarten S, Kellermann A, Azrael D, & Wilt S. A “call to arms” for a national surveillance system on firearm injuries. (Editorial) American Journal of Public Health; 90(8):1191-1193.
(2000) Bell N, Howland J, Mangione TW, & Senier, L. Boater training, drinking and boating, and other unsafe boating practices. Journal of Drug Education; 30: 467-82.
(2000) Bell N.S., Mangione T.W., Hemenway D., Amoroso P.J., & Jones B.H. High injury rates among female army trainees: A function of gender? American Journal of Preventive Medicine; 18(35):141-46.
(2000) Clark DE, Dainiak CN, Reeder S. Decreasing incidence of burn injury in a rural state. Injury Prevention; 6:259-262.
(2000) Clark DE & Wildner M. Violence and fear of violence in East and West Germany. Social Science and Medicine; 51: 373-379.
(2000) Clark DE, Wildner M, Bergmann KE. Injury mortality in East Germany. American Journal of Public Health; 90: 1761-1764.
(2000) DiScala, Sege RD, Liu, & Reece R. Blunt trauma to young children: child abuse and unintentional injuries: A 10-Year retrospective. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine; 154: 16-22.
(2000) Flaherty E, Sege RD, Binns HJ, Mattson CL, & Christoffel KK. Health care providers’ experience reporting child abuse in the primary care setting. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; 154-489.
(2000) Freedman D, Hemenway D. Precursors of lethal violence: A death row sample. Social Science and Medicine; 50: 1757-70.
(2000) Hemenway D, Azrael D. The relative frequency of offensive and defensive gun use: results of a national survey. Violence and Victims; 15:257-272.
(2000) Hemenway D. (Book Review) Christopher T. & Gallagher S.S. Injury Prevention and Public Health. Journal of Public Health Policy; 21:126-28.
(2000) Hemenway D, Miller M. Firearm availability and homicide rates across 26 high income countries. Journal of Trauma; 49: 985-988.
(2000) Hemenway D, Miller M, Azrael D. Gun use in the United States: Results from two national surveys. Injury Prevention; 6: 263-67.
(2000) Howland J, Rohsenow DJ, Cote J, Siegel M, & Mangione TW. Effects of low-dose alcohol exposure on simulated merchant ship power plant operation by maritime cadets. Addiction 95: 719-726.
(2000) May JP, Hemenway D, Oen R, & Pitts K. Medical care solicitation by criminals with gunshot wounds: A survey of Washington, DC jail detainees. Journal of Trauma; 48: 130-32.
(2000) May J, Hemenway D, Oen R, Pitts K. When criminals are shot. Medscape General Medicine; June 28.
(2000) McCloskey L & Bailey JA. Intergenerational transmission of risk for child sexual abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence; 15(10):1019-1035.
(2000) McCloskey L & Walker, M. Posttraumatic stress in children exposed to family violence and single event trauma. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; 39(1);108-115.
(2000) Miller M (Book Review) Violence on campus: Defining the problems, strategies for action. Hoffman A, Schuh J, and Fenske R, Eds. JAMA. 284(5): 630-631.
(2000) Miller M, Azrael D, Hemenway D. Community firearms community fear. Epidemiology. 2000; 11: 709-714.
(2000) Miller M, Hemenway D, Bell N, Yore M & Amoroso P. Cigarettes and suicide: A prospective study of 300,000 male active duty soldiers. American Journal of Epidemiology; 151:1060-1063.
(2000) Miller M, Hemenway D, & Rimm E. Cigarettes and suicide: A prospective study of 50,000 men. American Journal of Public Health; 90:768-773.
(2000) Saunders DG & Browne A. Intimate partner homicide. In R.T. Ammerman & M. Hersen; Eds. Case Studies in Family Homicide. New York and London: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press; 415-449.
(2000) Sege RD. Violence prevention. In Hoekelman R, Friedman S, Nelson N, Seidel H, & Weitzman M, Editors. Primary Pediatric Care, 4th edition. Mosby-Year Boon Inc. St. Louis, MO.
(2000) Segui-Gomez M. Evaluating worksite-based interventions that promote safety-belt use. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 18(4): 11-22 (S).
(2000) Reece R & Sege RD. Childhood head injury: Accidental or inflicted? Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine; 154: 11-15.