The intersection of suicide research and public health practice: Laying the foundation for partnership

Date: 2013
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Type:  Webinar/Presentation
Author:  Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention
Publisher:  Education Development Center, Inc.

This first webinar in a webinar and conference call series from the Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention (ICRC-S) took place on January 9, 2013. Entitled The Intersection of Suicide Research and Public Health Practice: Laying the Foundation for Partnership, this webinar explores the public health and collaboration frameworks for suicide prevention and suicide research.

The webinar is designed for researchers and state or local practitioners in injury or suicide prevention. The goal of this webinar and of the ICRC-S webinar and conference call series is to promote a dialogue between researchers and practitioners, enabling them to identify new, collaborative projects that will inform and enhance suicide prevention efforts and research. Presenters for this webinar are Eric Caine, MD, John Romano Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center and Elly Stout, MS, Prevention Support Program Manager for Suicide Prevention Resource Center. The webinar was moderated by Ann Marie White, EdD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

Populations:  Racial and Ethnic Groups
About Suicide:  Data and Statistics, Risk and Protective Factors
Planning and Implementing:  Overview of Suicide Prevention, Evidence-Based Prevention, Cultural Competence, Partnerships and Coalitions
Strategies:  Overview of Strategies, Reduce Access to Means