Suicide in the Military is designed for health care professionals, mental health professionals, and public health providers. Dr. Craig Bryan of the University of Utah National Center for Veterans Studies provides an overview of military suicide statistics and explains unique factors that may be related to increased rates in military suicide. In addition, Dr. Bryan discusses symptoms and risk factors of suicidal behavior, outlines adaptive and protective traits, and discusses evidence-based treatment modalities proven to help prevent suicide. By the end of this course, the learner will be able to describe the four domains associated with the suicidal mode, and discuss how deployments and experiences affect suicide rates within the military population.
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