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March 4th - An Overview of Suicide and Suicide Prevention in Region VIII
March 11th - Zero Suicide and Safer Suicide Care in Primary Care
March 18th - Suicide Safe Care for Patients
March 25th - Using a Strength-Based Approach to Suicide Assessment and Treatment
This series, offered through a partnership between the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center and Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS), aims to support primary care team members by addressing evidence-based practices for suicide screening and treatment in the primary care setting.
Over the course of four free live sessions, primary care staff from Region VIII health centers will discuss clinical and operational strategies for addressing suicide and providing suicide safe care for health center patients. Practical tools and resources will also be discussed and shared by content experts and peers. Continuing Education credits will be applied for.
To sign up for this ECHO series – click the Register Now icon and go through the full process. You will be contacted regarding your registration status by the project coordinator.
You must join the virtual workshop via the Zoom platform. To get the full benefit of this training, it is recommended that you have your camera on when you join the workshop. Our staff can help you if this is new to you (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are new to Zoom, we suggest that you test your camera or webcam prior to the workshop by logging into https://zoom.us/test and practice:
Here are some additional resources to help you:
At the end of the series, participants will be able to:
1. Understand suicide/suicidality in Region VIII and the role of primary care
2. Apply Zero Suicide principles in the primary care setting
3. Utilize screening tools to provide suicide safe care for patients
4. Incorporate a strength based approach to support patients at risk for suicide