Integration into Medical Settings

Article
Jun 2020

IMPORTANCE: To prevent suicide deaths, acute care settings need tools to ensure individuals at risk of suicide access mental health care and remain safe until they do so. OBJECTIVE: To examine the association of brief acute care suicide prevention interventions with patients’ subse...

Authors:

Doupnik SK, Rudd B, Schmutte T, Worsley D, Bowden CF, McCarthy E, Eggan E, Bridge JA, Marcus SC

Article
May 2020

Despite significant income-related disparities in pediatric sleep, few early childhood sleep interventions have been tailored for or tested with families of lower socio-economic status (SES). This qualitative study assessed caregiver and clinician perspectives to inform adaptation...

Authors:

Williamson AA, Milaniak I, Watson B, Cicalese C, Fiks AG, Power TJ, Barg FK, Beidas RS, Mindel JA, Rendle KA

Article
May 2020

A national quality measure in the Child Core Set is used to assess whether pediatric patients hospitalized for a mental illness receive timely follow-up care. In this study, we examine the relationship between adherence to the quality measure and repeat use of the emergency departm...

Authors:

Bardach NS, Doupnik SK, Rodean J, Zima BT, Gay JC, Nash C, Tanguturi Y, Coker TR

Article
Oct 2019

Two million adolescents experience suicidal ideation (SI) or suicide attempt (SA) annually, and they frequently present to emergency departments. Delays in transfer to inpatient psychiatric units increasingly lead to “boarding” in emergency departments and inpatient medical units. ...

Authors:

Worsley D, Barrios E, Shuter M, Pettit AR, Doupnik S

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