Every September, we strive to raise awareness of suicide — a stigmatized and often taboo topic. Suicide Prevention Awareness Month is a time when resources and stories are shared to help shed light on suicide and prevention efforts. We must build upon these efforts and continue them year-round if we hope to reduce the incredible number of lives lost to suicide.
nView Health Declares Mental Health Month a Time for Action
Company leaders call for meaningful dialogue and concrete change that can put the country on a path to repairing our broken mental health system.
Mental healthcare thought leaders, including nView Health‘s own Chief Medical Officer and Founder Thomas Young, MD, have witnessed first-hand how our healthcare system fails to accurately identify and properly diagnose individuals who need behavioral health assistance. And in the minority of instances where a patient is correctly diagnosed, our healthcare system then fails to adequately support them.
nView Health Expands Clinical Team to Help Guide Rapid Company, Solution Portfolio Growth
Behavioral Health experts to provide peer review and governance for nView’s suite of proprietary mental health assessment solutions.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) APRIL 07, 2021
nView Health, the premier provider of evidence-based behavioral health solutions, is pleased to announce the formation of its Clinical Advisory and Governance Board comprised of behavioral health experts to provide ongoing guidance and review of the company’s software solutions and development.
The initial Clinical Advisory and Governance Board includes:
nView Co-Founder & CMO Dr. Tom Young shares his thoughts on suicide stereotypes and who is really at risk.
Looking Beyond Stereotypes:
Who is Really at Risk for Suicide
Tuesday, September 29, 12 pm – 1 pm EST
Via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/92487943037
Thomas Young, MD, Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of nView Health, will share his insight into the common stereotypes surrounding suicide and why we are missing the mark by not taking a more proactive approach in identifying those at risk. He will discuss his experience as a clinician and the benefit of mental health screening as a valuable tool that should be “the new norm” in proactive healthcare and accessible to all.
This week is National Suicide Prevention Week, and it’s difficult to attempt to shed light into this dark corner that has been darkened further by the pandemic. 2020 has been a chasmic departure from normal life and routine for virtually everyone on our planet, and a year many of us would like to put in our rear-view mirror as quickly as possible.