Best Practice for ******* Prevention, Memorial BJC, Thursday, 27. February 2020

Physician & Healthcare Professionals Training

Thursday, February 27, 2020    8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Elective Session:  Q.P.R. Training    10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Continued Medical Educaions Units will be offered (at cost).

Placing a priority on mental health enables healthcare projessionals to better take care of themselves and their patients.  A study found that almost 40 percent of people have a healthcare visit within a week prior to their ******* attempt.  Healthcare professionals are in a unique position to notice depression and ******* warning signs in their patients and co-workers and intervene early.  ******* is a preventable public health issue.  Understanding the stressors and hopelessness that lead people to consider ******* and connecting them to the appropriate help can save lives.  This training will help attendees learn how to talk with other healthcare workers/colleagues when depression and ******* are a concern.  The American Foundation for ******* prevention in partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians will also present best practice in ******* prevention and the newly piloted ICAR2E ******* prevention training for physicians and SafeSide training for ******* prevention for general health care audiences.

Best Practice for ******* Prevention

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