Screening and Connecting to Care

Article
Feb 2022

Limited research has simultaneously focused on sociodemographic differences in who receives recommended adolescent depression screening in primary care and who endorses elevated depression and suicide risk on these screeners. We describe screening and risk rates in a large pediatri...

Authors:

Davis M, Jones JD, So A, Benton TD, Boyd RC, Melhem N, Ryan ND, Brent DA, Young JF

Article
Jul 2021

We explored emergency department clinical leaders' views on providing emergency mental health services to pediatric and geriatric patients with suicidal ideation and suicide attempts. We conducted semistructured interviews with a total of 34 nursing directors, medical directors, an...

Authors:

Bowden CF, True G, Cullen SW, Pollock M, Worsley D, Ross AM, Caterino J, Olfson M, Marcus SC, Doupnik SK

Article
Jun 2021

Mental health concerns increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, but prior studies have not examined depression screening in the pediatric primary care setting. We aimed to describe changes in screening, depressive symptoms, and suicide risk among adolescents during the COVID-19 pand...

Authors:

Mayne SL, Hannan C, Davis M, Young JF, Kelly M, Powell M, Dalembert G, McPeak KE, Jenssen, BP, Fiks AG

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