Pediatric Suicide Prevention: A Practical Care Pathway for Primary Care

This series meets on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 1:00 MT. 

1/12/2022

Even before COVID-19, one in seven Colorado high school students said they had seriously considered suicide within the past 12 months. Primary care interventions can have a dramatic positive impact on this pediatric mental health crisis. This ECHO series will support primary care providers in the outpatient setting by offering a practical suicide prevention care pathway based on the Zero Suicide framework. The five sessions will cover the implementation of an evidence-based screening tool, assessment, safety planning, lethal means safety, referral/resources and ongoing management follow up plan to support youth experiencing suicidal ideation.

2/9/2022


Session/Title Date
1 - Background & Screening 1/12/2022
2 - Assessment 1/19/2022
3 - Safety Planning 1/26/2022
4 - Lethal Means Safety 2/2/2022
5 - Referral and Follow up 2/9/2022
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