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2015 Texas symposium

2015 Texas symposium

David Jobes and CAMS capture Twitter flitter Dr. David Jobes, developer of the CAMS Framework, attracted a lot of attention n the Twittersphere during last week’s State Suicide Prevention ...

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60 Minutes’ DENIED

60 Minutes’ DENIED

“Was this a cry for help, or did you want to die?” Scott Pelley’s question was unsettling. The CBS 60 Minutes’ correspondent was interviewing a young woman with bipolar ...

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Zero Suicide in action

Zero Suicide in action

Mandating clinical training in Utah Utah is dedicated to improving clinical assessment, treatment and management of suicide risk to reduce the incidence and prevalence of suicide deaths, attempts ...

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Boosting understanding and intervention

Boosting understanding and intervention

New compendium of latest research advances science of suicidal behavior When Drs. Nadine Kaslow and Dorian Lamis took on the task of editing a 500-page volume on the latest science of suicidal ...

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Interconnected

Interconnected

Risk for suicide is often intertwined with other issues. Here’s more about connections between factors that can place someone at risk. Suicide and underage drinking States that passed ...

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PCPs in rural areas

More training is critical “The ability of primary care providers to identify suicidal patients and facilitate appropriate interventions may be one of the most important factors in any public ...

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