Suicide prevention initiatives are part of much broader systems connected to activities such as the diagnosis of mental illness, the recognition of clinical risk, improving access to care, and coordinating with a broad range of outside agencies and entities around both prevention and public health efforts. Yet suicide is also an intensely personal issue that continues to be surrounded by stigma.
On September 11-12, 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine held a workshop in Washington, DC, to discuss preventing suicide among people with serious mental illness. The workshop was designed to illustrate and discuss what is known, what is currently being done, and what needs to be done to identify and reduce suicide risk. Improving Care to Prevent Suicide Among People with Serious Mental Illness summarizes presentations and discussions of the workshop.
Table of Contents
|1 Introduction and Overview||1-8|
|2 Patterns of Risk and the Prevention Landscape||9-28|
|3 Suicide Prevention in Health Care Systems||29-44|
|4 Military Service Members and Veterans||45-56|
|5 Native Americans and Alaska Natives||57-70|
|6 Connecting Prevention Along the Continuum of Care||71-80|
|7 Perspectives on the Future Along the Continuum||81-90|
|8 Ideas from the Breakout Sessions||91-96|
|9 Reflections on the Workshop||97-102|
|Appendix A: Workshop Agenda||103-106|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches||107-120|
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