- •Interpersonal violent injuries are a public health emergency, with high rates of morbidity, mortality, and recidivism, and previously described risk characteristics have primarily focused on re-injury, violence perpetration, and firearms.
- •We described associations between sociobehavioral predictors and first-time violent injury victimization of all injury types, and developed an internally valid predictive risk score that grouped individuals by increasing prevalence of violent injury.
- •Our risk score has the potential to be utilized as a primary prevention strategy across multiple clinical settings, in order to prevent initial violent injury victimization.
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