2010 SAMHSA/CMHS GLS Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting: Campus Suicide Prevention Program

Event Type:  Annual Grantee Meeting
Date:  Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 7:00am to Thursday, February 4, 2010 - 10:30am (America/New_York)

AGENDA for 2010 GLS Suicide Prevention Meeting

Note: Some presentations are not included due to outdated content

Plenary: The Institute of Medicine Report: Progress and Possibilities for Preventing Mental Health Problems Among Young People

Presenter(s):
Hendricks Brown, Ph.D., University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine
Linda Langford, Sc.D., SPRC

View Hendrick Brown presentation
View Linda Langford presentation

Beyond Knowledge and Satisfaction Measures: Do Gatekeepers Use Learned Skills to Intervene?

Presenter(s):
Darcy Granello, Ohio State University
Michael Bombardier, State University of New York–Stony Brook
Marilyn Downs, Tufts University
Dave Stewart, SPRC

View Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training Results - Ohio State University Handout
View Trainee Evaluation Design - Stony Brook University Handout
View Tuft Community Cares Handout
View the SPRC Handout of Resouces

Addressing Suicide Within Indigenous Communities

Presenter(s):
Eunice Joy Perez, University of Guam
Camarin Meno, University of Guam
Gary Besaw, College of Menominee Nation

Identifying and Engaging Peer Support Networks on Campus: Promoting Student Safety and Well-Being

Presenter(s):
Charles Morse, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Matt Barry, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Interactive, Anonymous, Web-based Screening: Implementation, Outcomes, and Implications

Presenter(s):  
Kyle Cole, University of Maine–Orono
Bethany Asquith, University of Maine–Orono
Daniela Veliz,  University of Maine–Orono
Doug Johnson, University of Maine–Orono

Empowering Students Through Peer Education in Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Darren Wozny, Mississippi State University – Meridian
Michael Bombardier, State University NY–Stony Brook
Jason Robertson, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Extend Your Influence and Boost Credibility with Key Stakeholders on Your Campus Through Consortia Efforts

Presenter(s):
Jane Wiggins, Center for College Suicide Prevention in Virginia
Lena Newlin, University of Wyoming
Daniel Eisenberg, University of Michigan
Laurie Davidson, SPRC

View Jane Wiggins presentation
View Lena Newlin presentation
View Laurie Davidson presentation

Developing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Bystander Intervention Training Model to Encourage Help-Seeking and Referral to Mental Health Services

Presenter(s):
Dolores Cimini, State University of NY - Albany
Estela Rivero, State University of NY - Albany
Heidi Wright, State University of NY - Albany

Five Years Later: Assessing the Impact of the CARE Net Program on University Policy, Practice, and the Long-Term Academic Success and Retention of Students

Presenter(s):
Estela Rivero, State University of NY - Albany
Dolores Cimini, State University of NY - Albany

Plenary: Meeting People Where They Are: A Strategic Approach to Organizational Cultural Competence

Presenter(s):
Paul T. Doyle, Paul T. Doyle & Associates

Asking Your Target Population Positive Questions: Strategies to Support Cultural Competence in Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Paul T. Doyle, Paul T. Doyle & Associates
Richard Shadick,  Pace University
Brian Petersen, Pace University
Dave Stewart, SPRC

Tailoring Suicide Prevention Initiatives to the Needs of Student Veterans

Presenter(s):
Courtney Knowles, The Jed Foundation
Krista Stephenson, Canandaigua VA Medical Center
Jason Curtis, Student Veterans Association, University of Central Florida
Leah Roman, SPRC

Their Voice, Our Programs: Conducting Culturally Sensitive Focus Groups

Presenter(s):
Ian Wong, Tufts University
Bonnie Lipton, Tufts University

Allies in Action: Suicide Prevention Among GLBT Students

Presenter(s):
Sally Spencer-Thomas, Regis University
Kerri Smith, SPRC

Legal Issues: Revisiting “Student-at-Risk” Response Teams: Threat Assessment, Case Management, or Both?

Presenter(s):
Darby Dickerson, Stetson University College of Law

Building Your Partners’ Capacities to Collaborate: Skills, Relationships, and the Creation of Future Leaders in Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Elaine de Mello, NAMI - New Hampshire
Sara Abelson, Active Minds

When Efforts to Increase Students’ Help-Seeking Behavior Succeed: Campus Readiness to Assess and Manage Suicide Risk

Presenter(s):
Richard Shadick, Pace University
Heather Dawson, Pace University
Harry Rockland-Miller, University of Massachusetts – Amherst
Christina Zurla, The Gallup Organization

Examining the Relationship Among Alcohol Use, Depression, and Suicide and Implications for Addressing Suicide Risk

Presenter(s):
Jason Kilmer, University of Washington
Virginia Mackay-Smith, CSAP
Laurie Davidson, SPRC

Closing Plenary: Build on Your Strengths to Inspire Others

Presenter(s):
Jason Kilmer, Ph.D., University of Washington

Plenary: Making Sense of the Research: Recent Findings and Implications for Practice

Presenter(s):
David Drum, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
Daniel Eisenberg, Ph.D., University of Michigan
Ben Locke, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Mort Silverman, M.D.,SPRC
Linda Langford, Sc.D., SPRC

View David Drum presentation
View Daniel Eisenberg presentation
View Ben Locke presentation
View Linda Langford presentation

View the Resources handout
View the Characteristic of Featured Studies handout

Populations:  Young Adults Ages 18 to 25 Years, American Indians and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender People, Military Service Members and Veterans
Settings:  American Indian/Alaska Native Settings, Colleges and Universities, Rural Areas
About Suicide:  Data and Statistics, Behavioral Health Disorders, Depression/Bipolar, Substance Abuse, Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior
Planning and Implementing:  Overview of Suicide Prevention, Finding and Using Data, Culturally Based Practices, Cultural Competence, Partnerships and Coalitions, Education and Training, Communications and Outreach, Promoting Mental Health
Strategies:  Gatekeeper Training, Screening and Assessment, Increase Help-Seeking, Effective Care/Treatment, Safety Planning, Connectedness