Put Your Own Mask on First: Protecting Nurses from Deaths by Suicide - Online Course
The webinar will include strategies for individual nurses, nurse leaders, and policy advocates to intervene on the worrisome trends observed and the impact on the nursing workforce and public health.
In this webinar, Dr. Christopher Friese, Elizabeth Tone Hosmer Professor of Nursing at the University of Michigan, will review the latest multi-state data on the incidence of deaths by suicide among nurses, physicians, and the general population. He will review trends over time and correlated factors. The webinar will include strategies for individual nurses, nurse leaders, and policy advocates to intervene on the worrisome trends observed and the impact on the nursing workforce and public health.
After participating in this course, learners will be able to:
Speaker Bio Chirstopher Friese, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN
- Review the latest data on deaths by suicide among US nurses
- Discuss knowledge gaps based on literature related to deaths by suicide
- Describe various strategies that can be taken to address the US crisis of death by suicide in the nursing profession
Christopher Friese (Rho Chapter) is the Elizabeth Tone Hosmer Professor of Nursing, Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan, where he leads an interdisciplinary research program focused on improving the quality and safety of care delivery. He has authored over 100publications, including seminal work that examines the association between nurses' work environments and an array of patient and nurse outcomes. Dr. Friese is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine. In addition to his federally-funded research program, Dr. Friese maintains an active clinical practice at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center.
This course will be retired after 30 July 2024.