Utah Academy of Physician Assistants

Research to understand Utah PCP experiences, perceptions, and practices around suicide assessment & management for youth.

Posted 2 months ago by Jonathan Baird

Dear UAPA Members:

We received the following communique and-given the current environment-felt we should share the opportunity with our membership, should you desire to participate:

Hello! I am working Intermountain Healthcare, the University of Utah, and Harvard University on a research project to better understand Utah primary care providers’ experiences, perceptions, and practices around suicide assessment & management for youth.

We would be grateful for the chance to speak with you or any fellow primary care providers during a 30 minute confidential phone interview. Your insights will help us to better serve youth in the community who may be at risk for suicide.  

Please fill out this form if you are able to participate. Interviews will begin on June 7.

Also, we are hoping to interview primary care providers who represent an array of clinical backgrounds, institutional affiliations, and geographic regions in Utah – so we appreciate your help spreading the word!


Thanks for your support of this work. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best,
Morissa

Morissa Sobelson
Doctor of Public Health Candidate
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
mos169@mail.harvard.edu


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