Copyrighted and published by Project HOPE/Health Affairs as: Michael F. Hogan and Julie Goldstein Grumet “Suicide Prevention: An Emerging Priority For Health Care” Health Affairs (Millwood) 2016, Vol. 35, No. 6, 1084-1090. The published article is archived and available online at www.healthaffairs.org.
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Health and behavioral health care (HBH) organizations and providers implementing suicide prevention practices often have concerns about liability and legal issues.
In a trauma-informed approach, a behavioral health organization understands and develops a framework to best serve clients with histories of trauma. The system, and all employees in the system, understands the role that trauma can play in each person’s care and recovery.
The availability of support groups specific to attempt survivors, peer-operated warm lines, and the presence of peer navigators can greatly enhance traditional care for those at risk of suicide. During this webinar you will hear from presenters who have used unique approaches, incorporating the v
Linda Rosenberg, President & CEO of the National Council for Behavioral Healthcare, discusses the role of advocacy and education in Zero Suicide.
Mike Hogan, Co-Lead of the Zero Suicide Advsory Group and former Commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health, explains how suicide in health care should be thought of as a never event.
Ed Coffey, CEO of Behavioral Health Services at Henry Ford Health System, discusses the origins Zero Suicide in Perfect Depression Care.
Can Suicide Be a Never Event? is a short PowerPoint presentation with speaking points that Zero Suicide champions can customize to present to any audience—organization CEOs, board of directors, senior management, or staff.
Leah Harris, Director of Communications & Development at the National Empowerment Center, shares her thoughts about the importance of involving people with lived experiences in leadership roles, to improve screening, assessment, and patient engagement.