Salman Mohammed, Dr. Ross P. Berkeley, and Dr. David Slattery (all Medicine) recently published a manuscript, "Injury Characteristics, Outcomes, and Health Care Services Use Associated with Nonfatal Injuries Sustained in Mass Shootings in the US, 2012-2019," in the peer-reviewed JAMA Network Open. Utilizing data from 31 hospitals, this retrospective case series analyzed the injuries from 13 consecutive mass shootings in the United States to describe the injury characteristics, outcomes, and health care burden associated with nonfatal injuries sustained during mass shootings. Mohammed is a first-year medical student. Berkeley is the chair and program director of the department of emergency medicine, while Slattery is the director of research for emergency medicine.
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