Upcoming Webinar

Alcohol Prevention is Suicide Prevention: Understanding the Associations Between Alcohol and Suicide

May 5, 2021 | 10 am - 11 am

Heavy episodic (or “binge” drinking) is associated with higher reports of suicidal thoughts, making a suicide plan, and attempting suicide.  Research has looked at distal risk factors (relatively stable characteristics/events leading up to suicidal behavior) and proximal risk factors (variables that increase risk in the moments before suicidal behavior).  In this presentation, these factors will be reviewed, with a spotlight on how alcohol impacts judgment and decision making directly related to suicide.  Studies that make the assertion that “alcohol prevention is suicide prevention” will be summarized, along with other associated variables.  Implications for prevention and intervention will be discussed.

Speaker: Jason R. Kilmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington

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Visit the APRC’s GoToStage Video Channel to view the following webinars:

  • *NEW* Alcohol Home Delivery: Regulatory and Enforcement Implications
  • Alcohol Advertising Effects on Adolescents
  • Alcohol and Managing Special Events
  • The ABC's of Alcohol Regulation (Webinar 1/3)
  • Identifying Policy Strategies that Address Alcohol-Related Problems in a Community (Webinar 2/3)
  • Working with Law Enforcement to Implement Strategies that Support Healthier Alcohol Environments (Webinar 3/3)
  • Illegal ID Detection
  • Party Prevention and Controlled Party Dispersal
  • Placebos, Prevention, and Parents: What the Science Says About Alcohol and the Important Role of Coalitions
  • Preventing Youth Access to Alcohol Online

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  • Alcohol Environment Scanning
  • Alcohol Policies and Ordinances
  • Easy Retail Access
  • Strategic Prevention Framework
  • SPF Community Assessment
  • Social Host Ordinances