In this short video, Drs.
As a pediatrician screening for suicide, It’s not about the ones you find positive for suicide, it’s about the ones you may miss. This podcast, featuring Dr.
- According to the CDC, suicide is now the second leading cause of death among youths aged 10-24, with the fastest growing rates among youth ages 10–14.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth ages 10–24Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS) [online]. (June 2020).
- ToolsTrauma-Informed Telehealth Considerations for Youth with Suicidal and Self-Harm Ideation and Behaviors
The purpose of this document is to provide trauma-informed telehealth guidance regarding safety assessment and planning for youth with suicidal or self-harm ideation and behaviors.
For children with parents working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, every day brings new fears, worries and anxieties. This resource from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center offers practical guidance, modeled on the NOVA Crisis Response, for supporting these young people.
This suicide risk screening pathway from the National Institute for Mental Health's ASQ Suicide Risk Screening Toolkit is designed for outpatient primary care and speciality clinics to be used during te
The Seattle Children's Hospital created a Zero Suicide Initiative Pathway for use with children and youth presenting for care to allow for standardized processes for suicide risk screening and assessment for triage to resources across the organization. Included are versions for use in the
American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations are at higher risk for suicide than other ethnic and racial groups, with youth and young adults being particularly at risk. Studies have found that strengthening community connectedness can help promote resilience and coping skills.