Suicide Prevention: Introduction To and Application of State and National Data

Topic(s):   Mental Health / Suicide

Safe States Alliance and Southeastern & Southwestern Injury Prevention Network






1.5 hours

CEU Credits: 

1.5 hours

Course Code: 



Safe States Alliance 770-690-9000

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Using state and national data, this webinar will: (1) provide an overview of recent trends in suicide, including populations disproportionately affected; (2) description of data collection processes, and available data for use; and (3) evidence-based approaches to suicide risk assessment, prevention, and safety-planning.


Learning Objectives:


At the end of this webinar, participants will understand: (1) recent trends in suicide deaths; (2) changes in trends over time; (3) non-fatal implications of completed suicides; and (4) how to develop and tailoring safety plans for those at risk for suicide.


Presenter information:


Alex Crosby, CDC

Janet Blair, CDC

Rana Bayakly, Georgia Department of Public Health

Dorian A. Lamis, Emory University School of Medicine


POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: Suicide Prevention Webinar 1

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