Study shows that health professionals can help reduce suicide by gun through screening and prevention

Researchers at The Ohio State University release a report on how physicians can help reduce suicide by firearm, “The Firearm Suicide Crisis: Physicians Can Make…

Study shows that health professionals can help reduce suicide by gun through screening and prevention

Researchers at The Ohio State University release a report on how physicians can help reduce suicide by firearm, “The Firearm Suicide Crisis: Physicians Can Make…

Researchers at The Ohio State University release a report on how physicians can help reduce suicide by firearm, “The Firearm Suicide Crisis: Physicians Can Make a Difference.”

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