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Jayaram, G., & Triplett, P. (2008). Quality improvement of psychiatric...

This online RCA toolkit is designed to be a resource for any facility that would like to establish or improve their RCA process. It contains sample policies, position descriptions and agendas,...

The Joint Commission Root Cause Analysis and Action Plan tool has 24 analysis questions. This framework is intended to provide a template for answering the analysis questions and aid organizing...

This report uses New York State Office of Mental Health incident reports to present historical data and a discussion of factors hospitals identified in their root cause analyses that may have...

Brown, G. K., Ten Have, T., Henriques, G. R., Xie, S. X., Hollander, J. E.,...

This two-page, printable PDF describes the Zero Suicide approach and provides a brief history of the initiative.

This letter can be used and adapted to request that staff complete the Zero Suicide Workforce Survey. It should be sent from the chief executive officer, or someone else in a position of...

Oordt, M. S., Jobes, D. A., Fonseca, V. P., & Schmidt, S. M. (2009)....

Schmitz, W. M., Jr, Allen, M. H., Feldman, B. N., Gutin, N. J., Jahn, D. R.,...

The New York State Office of Mental Health reviewed suicides occurring within the public mental health system over several years. This report aims to put New York State on a path toward...

Pisani , A. R., Cross, W. F., & Gould, M. S. (2011). The assessment and...

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