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Pilot of an Asynchronous Web-Based Video Curriculum to Improve Firearm Safety Counseling by Pediatric Residents

  • Margeaux A. Naughton
    Correspondence
    Address correspondence to Margeaux A. Naughton, MD, Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan, 300 North Ingalls Building Room 6E08, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5456
    Affiliations
    Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan (MA Naughton, S Rajput, and AN Hashikawa), Ann Arbor, Mich
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  • Shaili Rajput
    Affiliations
    Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan (MA Naughton, S Rajput, and AN Hashikawa), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Kaiser Permanente – Northwest Region (S Rajput), Portland, Ore
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  • Andrew N. Hashikawa
    Affiliations
    Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan (MA Naughton, S Rajput, and AN Hashikawa), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan (AN Hashikawa, JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich
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  • Charles A. Mouch
    Affiliations
    Department of Surgery, University of Michigan (CA Mouch), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Firearm Safety among Children and Teens (FACTS) Consortium (CA Mouch, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich
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  • Jessica S. Roche
    Affiliations
    Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan (AN Hashikawa, JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Injury Prevention Center, University of Michigan (JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich
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  • Jason E. Goldstick
    Affiliations
    Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan (AN Hashikawa, JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Firearm Safety among Children and Teens (FACTS) Consortium (CA Mouch, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Injury Prevention Center, University of Michigan (JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich
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  • Rebecca M. Cunningham
    Affiliations
    Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan (AN Hashikawa, JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Firearm Safety among Children and Teens (FACTS) Consortium (CA Mouch, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Injury Prevention Center, University of Michigan (JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Youth Violence Prevention Center, University of Michigan School of Public Health (RM Cunningham and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich
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  • Patrick M. Carter
    Affiliations
    Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan (AN Hashikawa, JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Firearm Safety among Children and Teens (FACTS) Consortium (CA Mouch, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Injury Prevention Center, University of Michigan (JS Roche, JE Goldstick, RM Cunningham, and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich

    Youth Violence Prevention Center, University of Michigan School of Public Health (RM Cunningham and PM Carter), Ann Arbor, Mich
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Published:November 26, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2019.11.010

      What's New

      Pediatric residents report lack of confidence in providing firearm safety anticipatory guidance. A self-paced online curriculum, including video demonstration of firearms, safe storage options, and counseling methods for families improved resident self-efficacy, confidence, and knowledge surrounding firearm injury prevention counseling.

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