By Margaret M. Conner-Levin, MSW Suicide rates have increased by 33% between 1993 and 2017. It is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, and the second leading cause of death among Americans aged 15 and 34. For every person who takes their own life, there are 30 suicide attempts (see American Foundation for Suicide Prevention). These are stark statistics that paint a complicated picture of a fragmented system. During The 2019 OPEN MINDS Strategy & Innovation Institute, Carol Clayton, Ph.D., Translational Neuroscientist and Christopher Reist, M.D., MBA, Chief Population Health Strategy for Relias discussed the key issues driving some of these…
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