Uniting for Suicide Postvention - Providers - MIRECC / CoE
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Uniting for Suicide Postvention - Providers

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As a provider, when someone you have worked with dies by suicide, it can be especially difficult to simultaneously process the loss while maintaining professional duties. Acknowledging the multifaceted impact of this loss is a critical first step in healing, both in and outside of work. This section offers resources that address the unique challenges that providers face following a suicide loss.

  Providers as Suicide Loss Survivors
  Provider

It is normal to be affected by the suicide loss of a patient. Check out this section to learn more about the impact of suicide loss and to hear from other provider suicide loss survivors.


  Managing Suicide Loss
  Provider With Colleague

After a suicide, providers often feel overwhelmed and underprepared. Check out this section for recommendations on how to manage a suicide loss.


  Additional Resources
  Provider Husband and Wife

Check out this section to access links to other provider-focused postvention resources.


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