Care Coordination

Overview: TBA

Time:  TBA

Audience:  TBA

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Training Objectives

  • Understand suicide as a major public health problem.
  • Understand the common myths and facts surrounding suicide.
  • Identify unique verbal, behavioral, and situational suicidal warning signs.
  • Become acquainted with specific groups at high risk for suicide.
  • Screen someone at risk of suicide.
  • Know how to inquire about suicidal intent and desire.
  • Recognize at least three suicide warning signs.
  • Recognize at least three risk factors for suicide.
  • Recognize at least three protective factors against suicide.
  • Demonstrate increased knowledge, skills, self-efficacy and intent to act to intervene with persons at risk of suicide.

CEUs available to those licensed with the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy
and Mental Health Counseling: Provider Number 50-12347, exp. 3/31/2025

Research

Caring transitions—A care coordination intervention to reduce suicide risk among youth discharged from inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.

Gryglewicz, K., Peterson, A., Nam, E., Vance, M. M., Borntrager, L., & Karver, M. S.
https://doi.org/10.1027/0227-5910/a000795

Exploring Service Use Disparities among Suicidal Black Youth in a Suicide Prevention Care Coordination Intervention

Michelle M. Vance, Kim Gryglewicz, Eunji Nam, Sonyia Richardson, Lisa Borntrager & Marc S. Karver
https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-022-01402-7