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Webinar III: Developing Programs
Part III. Campus Mental Health Action Planning(MHAP)
Thursday, February 26, 2009 – 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. EST
Webinar III focused on selecting and developing campus practices that are most likely to decrease mental health problems, suicidal behavior and suicide as well as promote mental health and wellness. Attendees learned how to:
- Develop a comprehensive, multi-strategy approach to mental health promotion and suicide prevention
- Choose “best practices” that are evidence-, theory- or logic-based
- Use a logic model to test assumptions about behavior and systems changes that are expected from program implementation
The Jed Foundation presents a recording of the webinar and other downloadable materials from Developing Programs.
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- DOWNLOAD HANDOUTS
Laurie Davidson, MA
Manager, Campus Programs, Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Karen Moses, MA
Director of Wellness and Health Promotion in the Division of University Student Initiatives, Arizona State University
Morton M. Silverman, MD
Senior Medical Advisor, The Jed Foundation
Senior Advisor, Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Sally Spencer-Thomas, Psy.D
Principal Investigator, Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grant, Regis University
Executive Director, Carson J. Spencer Foundation
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Thursday, June 13th, 2013
583 Park, New York City
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