- ToolsThis resource is intended to provide recommendations to health systems on making progress in the IMPROVE element of Zero Suicide. The information that follows was compiled through targeted discussions with an advisory group of heath and behavioral health care (HBH) organizations convened by the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC).
Roadmap to Resilience, by Dr.
These two podcasts focus on data and evaluation related to Zero Suicide implementation and feature Dr. Brian Ahmedani, Ph.D., LMSW, of the Henry Ford Health System Center for Health Services Research and Julie Drew, LCSW, MPA, of Geisinger Health System’s AtlantiCare, in New Jersey.
Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Suicide Prevention has released its second trilogy of Zero Suicide-related podcasts. These podcasts originated at the Bridging the Divide conference last May in Denver.
Why and How Now Matters Now with Ursula Whiteside PhD
A concise explainer of the research base for the Improve element of the Zero Suicide approach.
In this podcast trilogy, Rocky Mountain Short host Adam Hoffberg interviews three key Zero Suicide Champions who attended the 50th annual American Association of Suicidology conference.
In a Zero Suicide approach, a data-driven quality improvement approach involves assessing two main categories: fidelity to the essential systems, policy, and patient-care components of the Zero Suicide model, and patient-care outcomes that should come about when the organization implements those
In 2014, six states and their provider partners set out with the Suicide Prevention Resource Center and the National Council for Behavioral Health on the Zero Suicide Breakthrough Series—a project designed to learn how best to support the successful launch and implementation of
This worksheet is intended to assist health and behavioral health care organizations in developing a data-driven, quality improvement approach to suicide care.
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