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APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
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APA 2008: Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal

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  • 1. Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
    • May 5, 2008
    • Annual APA Meeting, Washington DC
    • Steven R Daviss, MD, DFAPA
    • Sheppard Pratt Hospital System at
    • Baltimore Washington Medical Center
    • [email_address]
  • 2. NPSG 2007 #15A
    • Goal 15
    • The organization identifies safety risks inherent in its patient population.
    • 15A
    • The organization identifies patients at risk for suicide. Applicable to psychiatric hospitals and patients being treated for emotional or behavioral disorders in general hospitals
  • 3. Establishing P&P
    • Select population to screen based on increased risk
    • Use of screening questions
    • Who does the screening
    • When to do the screening
    • What happens with a positive screen
  • 4.  
  • 5. Who to screen?
    • Emotional or behavioral disorder
    • Drug or alcohol problem
    • Mental Retardation
    • Dementia
    • Delirium/Change in mental status
    Note: We did not “screen” people admitted for suicide attempts
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • Recent suicide attempt?
    • Imminent suicidal intent?
    • Actionable plan?
    • Psychological pain or anguish?
    • Self-hatred?
    • Hopelessness?
    • Agitation?
    • Psychosis?
    • Wish for death?
    • Family/peer suicidal history?
    • Poor social support?
    • Substance abuse?
    • Recent severe stressor?
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13. Take-Home Points
    • Involve nurses in developing the process
    • Build it into the nursing intake assessment process
    • Define your population to screen
    • Automate processes as much as possible
    • Staffing issues re: more thorough assessments
  • 14.  
  • 15. Assessing Suicide Risk in the General Hospital: Implementing the 2007 National Patient Safety Goal
    • May 5, 2008
    • Annual APA Meeting, Washington DC
    • Steven R Daviss, MD, DFAPA
    • Sheppard Pratt Hospital System at
    • Baltimore Washington Medical Center
    • [email_address]

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