Preventing Firearm Suicide: Effect of a Military Health System Intervention for Clinician Training (SECuRe)

Primary Objective

Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have recently developed SECuRe, a multicomponent intervention to support decision-making around lethal means storage for patients at risk of suicide and train clinicians on how to discuss lethal means safety. We are interested in understanding clinicians’ opinions on the SECuRe intervention.

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Description

You are eligible to participate if you are: A Military Health System clinician or trainee (e. g., physician, psychologist, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, social worker, behavioral health technician); and work with adult patients at risk for suicide.

Main Procedures Involved: We will ask you to: Complete web-based questionnaires and view intervention materials (15-20 minutes) Complete a single follow-up questionnaire 1 month later (10-15 minutes) Compensation: $50 electronic gift card after completing study procedures. The DoD policy requires you to be off-duty to receive these incentives. Off-duty refers to days and times during which you are not scheduled for work or expected to be engaged in work or job duties.

Details
Age

18 to years

Compensation

$50.00

Locations

Denver VA Medical Center
Littleton Adventist Hospital
Lone Tree Medical Center
Lutheran Medical Center
McKee Medical Center
Medical Center of the Rockies
Montrose Memorial Hospital
North Colorado Medical Center
Penrose Hospital, Colorado Springs
Pikes Peak Regional Hospital
St. Anthonys Hospital
St. Joseph Hospital
St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center
St. Marys Hospital, Grand Junction
Swedish Hospital
UCHealth-Metro Denver
UCHealth-Northern Colorado
UCHealth-Southern Colorado
University of Colorado Hospital
Valley View Hospital

Principal Investigator
Photograph of Marian Betz,  MD, MPH

Marian Betz, MD, MPH

Resources
Study ID

Protocol Number: 22-1544

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