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What is evidence-based practice in suicide-prevention

What is evidence-based practice in suicide-prevention

Dr Kaine Grigg, our esteemed WA consultant, will explore what it means to deliver ‘evidence-based’, and ’evidence-informed’ suicide prevention interventions. In addition, the role of collaborative intervention approaches underpinning all therapeutic encounters.  We will identify which ‘direct’ suicide therapies are preferred and why.

You also have access to reading notes and workbook that accompanies this presentation

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Dr Kaine Grigg, our esteemed WA consultant, will explore what it means to deliver ‘evidence-based’, and ’evidence-informed’ suicide prevention interventions. In addition, the role of collaborative intervention approaches underpinning all therapeutic encounters.  We will identify which ‘direct’ suicide therapies are preferred and why.

Consider

  • Why do we need research?
  • What are the 'levels of evidence' in research
  • How is research in suicide prevention different, and why?
  • What is the difference between evidence based and evidence informed practice?
  • What are the evidence based therapies in suicide prevention?
  • What are our risks and opportunities in suicide prevention research?

Finally, we offer you five tips in evidence based and evidence informed practice.

You also have access to reading notes and reflections workbook that accompanies this presentation.

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