Preventing and Responding to Suicide Clusters in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
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Course Created: 2016
Practice Level: Indroductory
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The purpose of this course is to learn about suicide clusters and responses in tribal communities; identify strength-based approaches to prevention, response, and recovery; explore existing and needed resources for prevention, response, and recovery; and provide recommendations for tribal communities, and for federal, state, and partners.
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- Explain the concept of contagion
- Discuss risk and protective factors for suicide
- Describe the effect of suicide clusters on the community
- Identify barriers to suicide cluster prevention
- National Backdrop
- Suicide Clusters and Contagion
- Risk and Protective Factors
- Effect of Suicide Clusters on the Community
- Community Perspectives on Resources for Suicide Cluster Prevention and Crisis Response
- Barriers and Facilitators to Suicide Cluster Prevention and Response
- Community Recommendations to Enhance Suicide Cluster Prevention and Response
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