Storage of household firearms: an examination of the attitudes and beliefs of married women with children.

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Although safe firearm storage is a promising injury prevention strategy, many parents do not keep their firearms unloaded and locked up. Using the theory of planned behavior as a guiding conceptual framework, this study examines factors associated with safe storage among married women with children and who have firearms in their homes. Data come from a… (More)

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@article{Johnson2008StorageOH, title={Storage of household firearms: an examination of the attitudes and beliefs of married women with children.}, author={R. M. Johnson and Carol W. Runyan and Tamera Coyne-Beasley and M. A. Lewis and Jonathan Bowling}, journal={Health education research}, year={2008}, volume={23 4}, pages={592-602} }