Write the American Academy of Pediatrics and tell them to drop anti-gun politics
Lots of doctors are against gun ownership. This is because medical textbooks often present gun ownership as some kind of public health problem and typically present a few statistics saying things like you're more likely to die of homicide if guns are in your house than if they're not, you're more likely to commit suicide or have an accident, and so on.
It seems like the American Academy of Pediatrics recently started a campaign to make pediatricians ask parents if they had guns, and if so how many and where are they stored, on the grounds that the kids could be at risk of shooting themselves or having an accident. In Florida the legislature is working on a law that would ban doctors from asking such questions, and then the AAP now has a statement on their website complaining about this.
I'd urge you to use the Contact Us section of the AAP website to tell them what you think of their anti-gun politics they are trying to take into exam room. I sent them an email earlier today and I hope you will to.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) joins the Florida Pediatric Society and other physicians and medical professionals in expressing deep concern over the advancement of Florida Senate Bill 432 and House Bill 155, legislation which would restrict pediatricians' ability to ask patients and parents simple counseling questions about gun safety without fear of sanctions from the state medical board.