Safety planning intervention: a brief intervention to mitigate suicide risk

@inproceedings{Stanley2012SafetyPI,
  title={Safety planning intervention: a brief intervention to mitigate suicide risk},
  author={Barbara Stanley and Gregory K Brown},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract The usual care for suicidal patients who are seen in the emergency department (ED) and other emergency settings is to assess level of risk and refer to the appropriate level of care. Brief psychosocial interventions such as those administered to promote lower alcohol intake or to reduce domestic violence in the ED are not typically employed for suicidal individuals to reduce their risk. Given that suicidal patients who are seen in the ED do not consistently follow up with recommended… CONTINUE READING
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