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Sixty percent of emergency nurses report having no behavioral health education since licensure, and many EDs do not have immediate access to psychiatric providers who can stratify risk for patients at risk of suicide. This tool was developed by ENA in collaboration with ACEP for nurses to identify patients at risk for suicide when psychiatric services are not readily available.
Presenter: is Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN
Learner Outcome(s): Upon completion of this course, the emergency room nurse will be able to identify barriers to suicide screening processes, identify processes by which the patient presenting to the ED can be assessed for suicide and kept safe as necessary, and develop an understanding of types of suicide prevention.
Disclosure: The planners and presenters of this course have no conflicts of interest. Learners will be awarded 1.1 CNE contact hours upon complete review of the course, completion of the quiz, and submission of an evaluation. Course expires 3/27/2022.
In accordance with ANCC Criteria Revision 2.0, contact hours will be awarded to the nearest quarter hour (.25) starting January 1, 2021.
Using the ICAR2E Tool to Care for Suicidal Patients in Emergency Settings will award 1.0 CNE contact hour effective January 1, 2021.
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