VA telemental health: suicide assessment.

@article{Godleski2008VATH,
  title={VA telemental health: suicide assessment.},
  author={L. Godleski and J. Nieves and A. Darkins and L. Lehmann},
  journal={Behavioral sciences \& the law},
  year={2008},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={
          271-86
        }
}
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) encompasses one of the largest telemental health networks in the world, with over 45,000 videoconferencing and over 5,000 home telemental health encounters annually. Recently, the VA designated suicide prevention as a major priority, with telehealth modalities providing opportunities for remote interventions. Suicide risk assessments, using videoconferencing, are now documented in the literature, as are current studies that find telemental health to be… Expand
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