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NIMH-funded grant and PSYCKES continuous quality improvement (CQI) project to study the implementation and effectiveness of the “Zero Suicide” model in outpatient behavioral clinics:
This project will be the largest implementation and evaluation of the “Zero Suicide” model ever conducted, serving ~175 clinics and nearly 85,000 individual clients across New York State. SP-TIE will develop metrics and trainings in collaboration with a PSYCKES CQI protocol for suicide prevention. Leadership will be engaged, clinicians will be trained in evidence-based screening, risk assessment, brief interventions, and continuity of care monitoring for clients at elevated risk for suicide, and a “Suicide-Safer Care Pathway” will be developed to provide enhanced outpatient care to those most at risk. A PSYCKES CQI protocol will track implementation , and the effect of these procedures will be examined on the rate of suicide attempts, deaths, and suicide-related inpatient hospitalizations and emergency department visits.
Development and pilot testing of novel interventions, including a brief suicide prevention group treatment for inpatients and a peer support program for survivors of suicide attempt
Evaluation of attitude and knowledge gain, clinical uptake of suicide prevention skills, and continuous quality improvement for our live and archived trainings in: screening; risk assessment; safety planning; and follow-up monitoring.
Implementation Assistance – Learning Collaboratives
OMH and OASAS collaboration to introduce the “Zero Suicide” Model to OMH and OASAS clinics
Train and evaluate clinical uptake for emergency departments (ED) and crisis hotline staff in safety planning and follow-up monitoring for suicide prevention
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