Library News February 2021

What is in this issue

Topic Focus: NSQHS-Standard 5.31 :  
Predicting, preventing and managing self-harm and suicide
Staff Publishing
New to the Library

NSQHS - Standard 5.31

Resources to get you thinking about Standard 5.31/5.32:  Predicting, preventing and managing self-harm and suicide

Future Leaders Communiqué Volume 6 Issue 1 January 2021 looks at the case of the coroner’s inquest into the death of Ms MT; a talented illustrator whose suicide was preceded by a series of miscommunications and system failures from the health care community as she repeatedly sought assistance with a mental health emergency. This edition looks at the case, specialist commentary, and the topic of care of the acutely suicidal patient.

Clarke, S., Allerhand, L. A., & Berk, M. S. (2019). Recent advances in understanding and managing self-harm in adolescents. F1000Research8, F1000 Faculty Rev-1794.

Labouliere, C. D., Stanley, B., Lake, A. M., & Gould, M. S. (2020). Safety Planning on Crisis Lines: Feasibility, Acceptability, and Perceived Helpfulness of a Brief Intervention to Mitigate Future Suicide Risk. Suicide & life-threatening behavior50(1), 29–41.

Turecki, G., & Brent, D. A. (2016). Suicide and suicidal behaviourLancet, 387(10024), 1227–1239. 

Now available in the Library:
Chiles, J.A., Strosahl, K.D., & Weiss Roberts, L. (2019). Clinical manual for assessment and treatment of suicidal patients. Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Association Publishing.

Web resources: 
Beyond Blue:

Workplace support:
This topic can impact staff and we encourage anyone to access SWH's Employee Assistance Program to seek support.  5564 4260

Staff Publishing

Congratulations to Jordon Kirby, Stephanie Avaglino, and Rosemary Buchanan who were the first cab off the rank to publish this year at SWH. 

Their study Patient attitudes and experiences to influenza vaccination during pregnancy in South West Victoria during 2019-2020  can be read here:

If you have research published this year don't forget to share it with the Library. 
Podcast: Annals On Call - A Primer on COVID-19 Vaccines, is a 30 minute discussion on what clinicians need to know about the vaccine developments and discusses the article COVID-19 Vaccine: What Physicians Need to Know

More COVID-19 Vaccine information can be found here: 
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