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QPR for School Health Professionals, Youth Workers, Mentors, and Advocates


This interactive course is for professionals responsible the care and safety of consumers at elevated risk for suicidal behaviors in all settings and across the age span.


38 book
14 hours

Program Authors:  Paul Quinnett, PhD  ·  Rick Reis, MD
Jack McClelland, PhD  ·  Danielle R. Jahn, PhD

Program Description

Modularized in a rich mix of text, video, voice-over PowerPoint™ lectures, scenario-based practice sessions, and other state-of-the-art interactive and e-learning technologies, this program provides a dynamic approach to screening for suicide, risk detection, initial intervention, referral and follow up.

Participants who complete this course should be able to:

  • Describe the common myths and facts surrounding suicide
  • Identify unique verbal, behavioral, and situational suicide warning signs
  • Screen youth and young adults at risk of suicide
  • Screen pre-teen children for suicide risk
  • Inquire about suicidal intent and desire
  • Recognize at least three suicide warning signs
  • Recognize at least three risk factors for suicide
  • Recognize at least three protective factors against suicide
  • Describe the role of bullying in youth suicide risk
  • Demonstrate increased knowledge, skills, self-efficacy and intent to act to intervene with someone at risk of suicide
  • Describe three safe and effective interventions to immediately reduce the risk of a youth suicide attempt
  • Describe evidence-based treatments for suicide
  • Know how to engage and assist a suicidal colleague or co-worker
  • Describe suicide-specific evidence-based treatment
  • Demonstrate (in multiple role-plays) the skills taught in this course


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