Consumer Perspectives of Online & In-Person Suicide Prevention Strategies

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This study will explore which interventions people with lived experience of suicide find acceptable (e.g., different types of in-person and telehealth care, web-based, text message, app, etc.), who should be the agent to deliver the intervention, and what concerns would they have in having social media and search data used for risk identification and then intervention. These findings have the potential to impact how suicide prevention strategies are brought to scale in a way that is seen as acceptable and appropriate to patients at risk for suicide


Project Period:
July 1, 2022 June 30, 2023

Funding Type(s):
Internal

Funder(s):
Mary. E Nelson Charitable Remainder Trust, Heidi Combs Trustee

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Geographic Area(s):
National

Patient Population(s):
Adults

Targeted Condition(s):
Suicidal Ideation