Research, Practice, and Data Informed Investigations of Child and Youth Suicide: A Science to Service and Service to Science Approach
This is a recording of both days of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) hybrid workshop to understand the challenges of investigating child and youth deaths. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss past, current, and future research on child and youth suicide, as well as the methods used to investigate and certify their deaths. The workshop looked at data collected by state and local groups such as Child Death Review, National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS), and suicide cluster investigation teams. By bringing this information together, workshop attendees hope to create a feedback loop that informs the work of everyone involved in efforts to determine, assess, and ultimately mitigate the rate of suicide death in children and youth.