Psychologists’ Suicide Risk Assessment Practices and Experiences in Canada

Title: Psychologists’ Suicide Risk Assessment Practices and Experiences in Canada

Description: The purpose of this survey is to better understand how psychologists conduct suicide risk assessments and how the practice affects them. The goal is to use these data to inform suicide risk assessment training, practice, and policy in Canada.

Specifics: Study Population
This study is open to individuals who are:
(a) registered/licensed psychologists currently practicing in Canada AND
(b) have completed suicide risk assessments with clients/patients in the last 10 years.

Participant Obligation:
In this study, you will be asked questions about your suicide risk assessment practices, training, and experiences, as well as demographics at the end.

This anonymous survey is expected to take 20-30 minutes to complete.

Location: Online - Edmonton

Project lead: Jonathan Dubue, Supervisor: Phillip Sevigny

Study Dates: March 22, 2021 to June 30, 2021

Study Website: https://bit.ly/UofASRASurvey