Tele-Assessment of Suicidal Ideation in Children and Youth
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Tele-Assessment of Suicidal Ideation in Children and Youth
Presented by: Additional Various Presenters
Date(s):
Tuesday, November 23, 2021 | 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Session Location:
About the Session:

TARGET AUDIENCE: SCHOOL COUNSELLORS, CHILD/YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, K-12 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, AND DISTRICT LEADS/COACHES ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND

Suicidal ideation and suicidal behaviour can be distressing for everyone involved in the life of a child or adolescent presenting with this concern, including school staff. This presentation provides an overview of recent research by the University of Calgary's Hopelab into practical strategies regarding the online assessment of suicidal ideation. This session is related to the MORE School-based Suicidal Ideation Response Protocol, but also stands alone as best practice regarding online or tele assessment of suicidal ideation in children and youth. 

This session will include an introduction to the most recent research and the infographics created to summarize the research. You will hear from an expert practitioner in school and community settings on what their online assessment process looks like based on the MORE School-based Suicidal Ideation Response Protocol, and practical strategies and tips for online assessment.

Time will be allotted for conversation related to a case study where participants can practice applying the strategies in a small group.

About the Presenter(s):
Additional Various Presenters
Catering is not prepared in a nut/gluten-free environment.
Photography Release:
This is a public event with the likeliness of photo/video throughout the day. By attending, participants understand they may be captured in photo or video for future presentations or promotional material development. Please see conference hosts if you prefer to not be photographed.

Registration Fee:

$0.00

Registration Notes:

This session will be recorded and available to all registrants after the session occurs.

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