Offering healthcare leaders principles and clear strategies to improve the quality of care
The Zero Suicide Institute of Australasia (ZSIA) is leading the development of the Zero Suicide Healthcare and Crisis Care Now frameworks in our region. These global initiatives focus on the relentless pursuit of excellence to reduce suicides and improve the care for those who choose to seek help.
ZSIA works with healthcare systems to strengthen the focus on a restorative just and learning culture that enhances the quality and safety for people within your organisation as well as those who are feeling suicidal and reach out to our healthcare and hospital systems.
Zero Suicide Healthcare:
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Watch Australian experts as they discuss the importance of the seven elements of the Zero Suicide Healthcare framework.
You will hear about:
1. the seven elements that make up the framework
2. insights from lived experience
3. key considerations for planning and implementation.
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Programs that support ZSH
Crisis Care Now
Crisis care Now can radically transform mental health services with four core integrated elements.
Good crisis care prevents suicide and provides help for those in distress. It cuts the cost of care, reduces the need for psychiatric acute care, hospital emergency department visits and overuse of police resources.
How we can support your health service
Expand your understanding of the Zero Suicide Healthcare Framework, Restorative Just Culture and Crisis Care Now
Share your results to build a knowledge bank of data that can inform local, state, national and international benchmarks
Join our knowledge network and connect with other professionals working in these areas
Contact ZSIA to discuss how we can support your health service to strengthen its culture and practices in Zero Suicide Healthcare
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The ZSIA Knowledge Network will connect you with other professionals interested in continuous quality improvement practices to support people who present with suicidal behaviours.