Suicide clinical trials at UC Cancer
1 research study open to eligible people
Effectiveness and Implementation of eScreening in Post 9/11 Transition Programs
open to eligible people ages 18 years and up
Electronic screening is effective for timely detection of, and intervention for, suicidal ideation and other mental health symptoms. The VA eScreening program is a patient self-report electronic screening system that has shown promise for the efficient and effective collection of mental and physical health information among Veterans. However, additional effectiveness and implementation research is warranted to evaluate the impact of eScreening within VHA. This study will address questions of the impact of eScreening compared to screening as usual, while evaluating a multi-component implementation strategy (MCIS) for optimal enterprise rollout of eScreening in VA Transition Care Management clinics.
Our lead scientists for Suicide research studies include James Pittman, PhD MSW.