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Suicide Awareness, Assessment and Intervention for Allied Health Professionals, Module 3

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1.  The suicide prevention team includes:
  1. Family
  2. Community Leaders
  3. Healthcare Providers
  4. All of the above
2.  Clinical reasoning enables providers to:
  1. To think reflectively, rather than simply accepting statements and performing tasks without significant understanding and evaluation
  2. Meet the needs of patients within the context of uncertainty
  3. Consider alternatives, resulting in higher-quality care
  4. All of the above
3.  A well-executed referral is one where the referrer and the referred arrive at the required best action _______________.
  1. Collaboratively
  2. Effectively
  3. Holistically
  4. None of the above
4.  Outpatient referral options include:
  1. Primary care provider
  2. Mental health professional
  3. Suicide help line
  4. All of above
5.  Inpatient referral options include:
  1. Local Emergency Department for hospital admission
  2. Direct admission to an inpatient mental health facility
  3. Both A & B
  4. None of the above
6.  With a ________________ approach, prevention occurs at all levels of society—from the individual, family, and community levels to the broader social environment.
  1. Psychosocial
  2. Public Health
  3. Preventative
  4. None of the above
7.  Health care providers must use ________________ to determine if and when to refer at risk patients showing warning signs.
  1. critical thinking skills
  2. professional judgement
  3. clinical reasoning
  4. None of the above
8.  The ______________ techniques provides a framework for effective communication among the healthcare team.
  1. SBAR
  2. SBRR
  3. SBAD
  4. SBRB
9.  Improving communication between providers ____________ negative patient outcomes and strengthens a teamwork approach to care.
  1. increases
  2. prevents
  3. negates
  4. None of the above
10.  It is important to understand each referral option to make an informed referral decision. This includes understanding:
  1. What the patient can reasonably expect to happen with each option
  2. The steps you will need to take to complete each referral
  3. The pros and cons of each option weighed against what your patient can reasonably do
  4. All of the above