Before and after the trauma bay: the prevention of violent injury among youth.

@article{Cunningham2009BeforeAA,
  title={Before and after the trauma bay: the prevention of violent injury among youth.},
  author={Rebecca M. Cunningham and Lynda M Knox and Joel Fein and Stephanie L Harrison and Keri B. Frisch and Maureen A. Walton and Rochelle A. Dicker and Deane Calhoun and Marla Becker and Stephen W. Hargarten},
  journal={Annals of emergency medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={
          490-500
        }
}
Despite a decline in the incidence of homicide in recent years, the United States retains the highest youth homicide rate among the 26 wealthiest nations. Homicide is the second leading cause of death overall and the leading cause of death for male blacks aged 15 to 24 years. High rates of health care recidivism for violent injury, along with increasing research that demonstrates the effectiveness of violence prevention strategies in other arenas, dictate that physicians recognize violence as a… CONTINUE READING
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