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Safe Spaces: Suicide Prevention in Healthcare

Thursday, May 4 at the Oquendo Campus, 5-8pm

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Healthcare professionals face a mental health crisis

According to mental health researchers, physicians and nurses represent one of the highest risk groups of suicide among the general population, and suicide is regarded as an occupational hazard in the healthcare industry.

Contributing factors to suicide ideation in healthcare workers include:

  • Increased workload

  • Burnout

  • Fatigue

During this FREE three-hour didactic CME course, 'Safe Spaces: Suicide Prevention in Healthcare', our panel will address this concerning topic, and provide you with tools to help provide a safe space at your workplace.



Course Details

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Hilary Linzie, MD, an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral health for the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV, is a board-certified psychiatrist and the current associate residency program director for the psychiatry residency.  She will be speaking on suicide epidemiology and medical aspects for prevention.


Matt Norvell, a pediatric chaplain from Johns Hopkins, will be presenting on second victim and peer support.



Mai Tran, Area Director of American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will be speaking on, “Mental Health First Aid”

Learning Objectives coming soon. Please join the waitlist below for more information.



Course Location


Viticus Group - Oquendo Center

2425 E Oquendo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89120

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