Begun Center’s Jane Timmons-Mitchell authors book on suicide prevention for hospital workforce

Jane Timmons-Mitchell, senior research associate at the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education and associate professor of clinical psychiatry, wrote Suicide Prevention: A Practical Guide for the Practitioner.

The book, published by Springer, is a resource for psychiatrists, psychologists, hospitalists, primary-care doctors, nurses, social workers, and all medical professionals who may interface with suicidal patients. It covers the neurobiology of suicide, populations at risk for suicide, various environments where symptoms may present, several types of risk factors, large-scale community-based activities and a few evidence-based approaches that are currently available.

See more information about the volume on the Springer website.