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overview Dr. Simonetti earned his Medical Degree from the Ohio State University in 2008 and completed his training in Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh prior to serving as Chief Medical Resident from 2011-2012. He then moved to Seattle where he completed an NRSA health services research fellowship, worked as a senior research fellow at the Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center at the University of Washington and the VA’s Patient Aligned Care Team National Demonstration Lab, and earned his Masters of Public Health degree from the University of Washington School of Public Health. Currently, he is an internal medicine physician practicing within the VA Eastern Colorado Healthcare System. He has research appointments within the VA Rocky Mountain Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center for Suicide Prevention and the Denver-Seattle Center for Veteran-Centered and Value-Driven Care. Dr. Simonetti’s research focuses on reducing the burden of intentional and unintentional firearm injuries nationally. He joined the VA to adapt his expertise in firearm injury prevention from pediatric injury prevention to system-level strategies aiming to mitigate the high burden of suicide, particularly firearm-related suicide, among U.S. Veterans. His current focus is on creating infrastructure for stakeholder engagement in firearm-related research and developing Veteran-centered approaches to facilitating lethal means safety as a suicide prevention strategy.

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Academic Article Effectiveness of Interventions to Promote Safe Firearm Storage.
Academic Article Evaluation of a community-based safe firearm and ammunition storage intervention.
Academic Article Formal firearm training among adults in the USA: results of a national survey.
Academic Article Firearm Storage Practices in Households of Adolescents With and Without Mental Illness.
Academic Article Loaded Handgun Carrying Among US Adults, 2015.
Academic Article Firearm Storage Practices and Risk Perceptions Among a Nationally Representative Sample of U.S. Veterans With and Without Self-Harm Risk Factors.
Academic Article Preferences for Firearm Locking Devices and Device Features Among Participants in a Firearm Safety Event.
Academic Article Promoting Firearm Safety as a Suicide Prevention Strategy Within Health Care Systems: Challenges and Recommendations.
Academic Article Firearm-related experiences and perceptions among United States male veterans: A qualitative interview study.
Academic Article Active Shooter Safety Drills and US Students-Should We Take a Step Back?
Academic Article Strategies for Discussing Firearms Storage Safety in Primary Care: Veteran Perspectives.
Academic Article Veterans Are Agreeable to Discussions About Firearms Safety in Primary Care.
Grant Development and Testing of a Veteran-Centered Lethal Means Safety Suicide Prevention Intervention
Academic Article Firearm Lethal Means Safety with Military Personnel and Veterans: Overcoming Barriers using a Collaborative Approach.
Academic Article Firearms storage safety discussions in VA primary care: Staff perspectives.
Academic Article Therapeutic Risk Management and Firearm-related Lethal Means Safety.
Academic Article Development and Preliminary Evaluation of an Education Program for Primary Care Teams on Discussing Firearms Storage Safety with Veterans.
Academic Article Perspectives on clinician-delivered firearm safety counseling during routine care: Results of a national survey.

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