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This collection features resources highlighted on the homepage of the SPRC website. These include products created by SPRC and our partners, upcoming trainings and conferences, news, and programs developed by suicide prevention grantees and others in the field.

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It’s Time to Talk about It Added to BPR

The University of South Florida's It's Time to Talk about It: A Family Guide for Youth Suicide Prevention has been added to the Best Practices Registry (BPR). Included in the 20-page guide are (1) ways to help families understand warning signs and risk factors, (2) steps to assist families in getting help for youth, (3) tips to help families promote emotional well-being for youth, (4) strategies to help families build partnerships with helping professionals, and (5) ways families can become suicide prevention advocates. Booklets are available from Florida Youth Suicide Prevention (FLYSP) Project for a charge. For more information, see SPRC’s Best Practices Registry.

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ENA Assessment Guidelines included in AHRQ Clearinghouse

The Emergency Nurses Association Suicide Risk Assessment Guidelines have been added to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s National Guideline Clearinghouse [NGC].  The NGC provides health professionals and organizations with objective, detailed information on clinical practice guidelines.

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RAND Suicide Prevention Program Evaluation Toolkit

The RAND Suicide Prevention Program Evaluation Toolkit helps users design an evaluation effort that will help reveal whether or not their suicide prevention efforts are effective. The toolkit includes checklists, worksheets, and templates.

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Jerry Reed on Connecting for Suicide Prevention

In this month’s Director’s Corner, SPRC’s Jerry Reed explores the importance of connections in suicide prevention – a reflection inspired by the theme of National Suicide Prevention Week 2014: Suicide Prevention: One World Connected.