Screening for Depression Physical and Behavioral Health: Details why clinicians should screen for depression, groups at greater risk for experiencing depression, and the patient self-assessment PHQ-9 clinicians can use to further understand a patient’s experience with mental health and wellness.
Screening for Suicide: Includes the most common list of questions used to determine patient’s risk of suicide. In mnemonic form, this list is known as “IS PATH WARM?”
Bridging Physical and Behavioral Health: Shows how depression affects both physical and behavioral health; includes an infographic illustrating the multiple external risk factors that are correlated to adverse health behaviors and outcomes.
Safe-T Suicide Assessment Five Step Evaluation and Triage: Provided by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, this card details risk factors, protective factors, suicidality patterns, and possible interventions.