Adjunctive Team Enhanced Intervention to Improve Suicide Prevention Evidence-Based Practices in Primary Care
2020 Standard Research Grant
Amount Awarded: $99,870
Focus Area: Community Intervention Studies
Jennifer Funderburk, Ph.D.
Central New York Research Corporation
Inside the Research
About one-third of individuals who die by suicide visit a primary care provider within the month before their death. While evidenced-based recommendations for preventing suicide through primary care exist, successful implementation of guidelines for clinical practice often depends on primary care team members working together. Demonstrating the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of an educational intervention called Team Education for Adopting Changes in Healthcare (TEACH) may lead to improvements in evidence-based suicide prevention in primary care.