Publications in our database are reports and resource materials produced within the Department of Child and Family Studies, as well as recent journal articles authored by CFS faculty. To view a more thorough listing of recent books, book chapters and articles written or edited by CFS faculty, view our Impact Reports or individual faculty vitas. You may also view the publications by topic on the right of this page.
- Suicide Postvention Challenges for School Social Workers (2013)
- School social workers and schools’ responses to a death by suicide are important to help reduce further suicidal behavior but are complicated when the death is not discussed as a death by suicide. This article presents some ethical challenges and best practice for school suicide postvention.
- Youth Suicide Prevention School-based Guide: 2012 Edition (2012)
- Designed to provide accurate, user-friendly information for school administrators, staff, and faculty, the Guide is now available online and printed copies can be purchased.
- The Relationship of Suicide Death to Baker Act Examination, Client Characteristics and Service Use Patterns (2008)
- This study was aimed at providing a better understanding of the Medicaid funded services and the extent to which they were used by those who died by suicide, as well as an examination of service patterns and how they were related to this negative outcome.
- 21st Annual Research Conference Proceedings (2008)
- Features presentation summaries from symposia, paper presentations and poster presentations, organized around the central themes and full agenda of the annual research conference.
- The Youth Suicide Prevention School-Based Guide (2004)
- The Guide is a tool that provides a framework for schools to assess their existing or proposed suicide prevention efforts (through a series of checklists) and provides resources and information that school administrators can use to enhance or add to their existing program. First, checklists can be completed to help evaluate the adequacy of the schools' suicide prevention programs. Second, information is offered in a series of issue briefs corresponding to a specific checklist.