An implementation evaluation of “Zero Suicide” using normalization process theory to support high-quality care for patients at risk of suicide

Background: Suicide rates continue to rise across the United States, galvanizing the need for increased suicide prevention and intervention efforts. The Zero Suicide (ZS) model was developed in response to this need and highlights four key clinical functions of high-quality health care for patients...

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Main Authors: Julie E Richards, Gregory E Simon, Jennifer M Boggs, Rinad Beidas, Bobbi Jo H Yarborough, Karen J Coleman, Stacy A Sterling, Arne Beck, Jean P Flores, Cambria Bruschke, Julie Goldstein Grumet, Christine C Stewart, Michael Schoenbaum, Joslyn Westphal, Brian K Ahmedani
Format: Article
Published: SAGE Publishing 2021-05-01
Series:Implementation Research and Practice
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