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Practical Application Of Tools For Measurement-Based Care: Suicide Risk Screening

In this series of interviews, Sloan Manning, MD, discusses a variety of screening tools that may be used in primary …

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Suicide Rates In The United States: Does Geography Matter?

Background & Methodology
After declining since 1986, the suicide rate in the United States has increased during 2000- 2015. Approximately 600,000 …

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Key Findings From The PsychU 2018 National Suicide Forum

Since its inception in 2014, Otsuka’s PsychU mental health community and knowledge center has offered a wealth of resources and …

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The Aftermath Of Suicide: What Can Be Done & How Should We Talk About It?

Recent Center for Disease Control statistics indicate a 28% rise in suicide-related deaths between 1999-2016 in the United States. Suicide …

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Author’s Point Of View: Suicide & Lyme & Associated Diseases

In this short interview, Robert Bransfield, MD, DLFAPA, provides an expert point of view on his research paper published in …

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Suicide Awareness & Prevention – A Psychiatrist’s Perspective

In this interview, hear from William Coryell, MD, the George Winokur Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Iowa Carver …

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Suicide Awareness & Prevention – An Advocate’s Perspective

Listen in to this interview with Christine Moutier, MD, psychiatrist and Chief Medical Officer for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, …

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Suicide Awareness & Prevention – A Psychologist’s Perspective

In this interview, hear from Julie Cerel, PhD, President of the American Association of Suicidology, Professor in the College of …

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Suicide Awareness & Prevention – An Ally’s Perspective

Listen in to this interview with Allen Doederlein, Executive Vice President of External Affairs, Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) …

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The Missing Puzzle Piece In Suicide Prevention: An Interview With Danei Edelen

Danei Edelen is a marketing professional who has embraced mental health advocacy, most recently by establishing a new chapter of …

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Suicide & Lyme & Associated Diseases

Key Messages

Suicide is a major and potentially preventable public health concern. It is the result of an interaction between known …

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Life Expectancy As Our Key Performance Indicator

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Social Determinants Of Behavioral Health: Addressing Suicide In The Community

In 2015 suicide was the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., claiming the lives of an estimated 44,193 people,1 and …

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Suicide Awareness In Primary Care

In this short interview, Marla Moses, FNP, PMHNP, PsychU Primary Care Providers’ Corner Section Editor and Owner of IN Moses …

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Suicide Affects Everyone: The Role Of The Health Care Professional In Suicide Prevention

Suicide is a critical issue across the globe, with 90% of suicide deaths occurring in individuals with a mental health …

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Suicide Risk Screening In Health Care Settings: Identifying Males & Females At Risk

Key Messages

More males than females die from suicide, but females are more likely to consider or think about suicide.
The Joint …

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Risk Factors For Suicide In Bipolar Disorder: A Systematic Review

Key Messages

Bipolar disorder (BD) has the highest rate of suicide among the major psychological disorders. The risk for death by …

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Mental Health Professionals Experience Elevated Stress & Anxiety When Managing Client Suicidal Behaviors

A recent study found that many mental health professionals experience elevated levels of stress and anxiety in relation to their …

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Traumatic Brain Injury Assessment May Predict Veterans’ Risk Of Suicide

The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) has long been concerned with traumatic brain injury (TBI) experienced by individuals seeking its services. …

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Researchers Developing Universal Predictive Measure For Suicidality

Health care professionals understand that early intervention of serious mental illness can prevent an individual from suffering disabilities, hospitalizations, incarceration, …

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Repeated Concussions & Traumatic Brain Injuries May Lead To Increased Risk Of Suicide

Suicide is a leading cause of death in both civilian community and military settings. Although there are a number of …

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Analysis Of HMO Suicide Rates Finds Preventive Effect Of Specialty Mental Health Review

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in United States with an approximate 270,000 people committing suicide between 2001 …

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Evaluation Of Veterans’ Suicide Risk With The Use Of Linguistic Detection Methods

Introduction
Although there are a number of treatment programs, outreach initiatives, and efforts to screen and monitor suicide risks, suicide continues …

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Tracking Major Depressive Disorder & Suicide Of Veterans: A Government Accountability Office Report

In a recent study and analysis of data from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the U.S. Government Accountability Office …

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