American Academy of Nursing Policy on Mass Shootings - Denise Link
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American Academy of Nursing Policy on Mass Shootings

American Academy of Nursing Policy on Mass Shootings

The most effective policies to reduce mortality from firearm homicide are laws that do not allow danger-ous individuals to purchase firearms and laws that restrict access to the most dangerous kinds of fire-arms. Evaluation of existing laws show that limiting the sale of certain firearms and reducing access to fire-arms for high-risk individuals appear to have the most significant effects on reducing number of deaths and casualties from mass shootings (Koper, Johnson, Nichols, Ayers, & Mullins, 2017; Lee et al., 2017)

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