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Implementation of Established, Evidence-based or Informed Suicide Prevention Programs

Approach: Apply implementation science and quality improvement for testing, adapting, sustainably implementing, and widely spreading established suicide prevention programs

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

Multicomponent Selective/Indicated Programs Targeted to Suicidal Adolescents and their Families

Approach: Conduct multicomponent selective/indicated programs that are targeted to suicidal adolescents and their families to prevent suicide

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School Program Using Motivational Interviewing to Prevent Underage Alcohol Use and Illegal Drug Use

Approach: Conduct motivational interview-based educational program to prevent underage alcohol use and illegal drug use

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School-Based Educational Programs to Promote Safety on the Road

Approach: Conduct educational programs with curricula that focus on bicycle safety and on safe driving skills

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Emerging Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School-Based Interventions

Approach: Conduct outreach, education campaigns, and trainings in school-based settings

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School-Based Multicomponent Educational Programs to Prevent Suicide

Approach: Conduct school-based multicomponent educational programs with curricula focused on increasing knowledge of risk factors and strengthening social support

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School-Based Multicomponent Programs to Prevent Bullying

Approach: Conduct multi-tiered school-wide intervention to improve school environment, encourage positive bystander behaviors, provide education on bullying, and include parental involvement and individual interventions

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School-Based Multicomponent Programs to Prevent Underage Alcohol Use and Illegal Drug Use

Approach: Conduct multicomponent educational programs using curricula based on social and character development and focused on health motivation, social skills, social influence recognition, and knowledge development

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Scientifically Rigorous Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

School-Based Programs to Prevent Dating Violence and Sexual Assault

Approach: Conduct educational programs including curriculum on healthy relationships, social norms training, and improved bystander awareness and behaviors, and increase surveillance and teacher/staff visibility in violence ‘hot spots’ in the school environment

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Children and Adolescents

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number U02MC31613, MCH Advanced Education Policy, $3.5 M. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.