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									     Welcome to the
Youth Suicide Prevention
        Webinar:
The Nuts and Bolts of Data
    Collection Forms

 For Audio: call 1-866-244-8528 and
   enter participant code: 643494
 Youth Suicide Prevention
Webinar: The Nuts and Bolts
 of Data Collection Forms
        July 1, 2010
     Evaluation Tools Covered
              Today
• Products and Services Inventory (PSI) -
  http://youthsuicideprevention.nebraska.edu/
• Pre-Post Training Survey – hard copy mail
  (kspeck@nebraska.edu), web site
• Training Exit Survey (TES) – hard copy mail
• Early Identification, Referral and Follow-up
  Log (EIRF) -
  http://youthsuicideprevention.nebraska.edu/
       Products and Services
          Inventory (PSI)
• What is it?
  – Survey that captures all products and services
    purchased, developed, or utilized by your
    suicide prevention program
• Importance?
  – Keep track of what is being produced from
    grant funding
      Products and Services
         Inventory (PSI)
• How/When is it administered?
  – Seed Grantees:
    • Online survey:
      http://youthsuicideprevention.nebraska.edu/
    • Due Quarterly – June 30, Sept 30, Dec 30, March
      30
  – Trainers:
    • None – PPC will get training info from TES
       Products and Services
          Inventory (PSI)
• ID – fill out coalition name
• Part 1 – fill out separate survey for each
  product and inventory

• Part 2 – Fill out one survey for your project
        Products and Services
           Inventory (PSI)
• Part 1: Enter all products, services, and activities
  implemented in suicide prevention program
   1. Outreach and Awareness (e.g., website with suicide
      prevention information; printed materials; media)
   2. Training (e.g., QPR; screening; assessment)
   3. Policy and Protocol Development (e.g., screening
      protocols; research support materials)
   4. Direct Services (e.g., screening; assessments;
      mental health services; postvention services)
   5. Other Prevention Infrastructure (e.g., building a
      suicide prevention coalition)
         Products and Services
            Inventory (PSI)
•   Identify Target Population
•   Description of Service/Product
•   Identify if Service/Product is EBP
•   Method of Evaluation
•   Plan to Continue Use after Funding
•   Was the Product Service Used at Beginning
      Products and Services
         Inventory (PSI)
• Part 2: Dollar amount of GLS funds spent
  and the % of funds expended on each of
  the 5 categories from Part 1.
     Pre/Post Training Survey
• What is it?
  – Pre and post survey created to assess
    knowledge gained from QPR training.
• Importance?
  – Measure increase in knowledge about suicide
    prevention as an outcome of training.
    Pre/Post Training Survey
• How/When is it administered?
  – Trainers:
    • Administer paper pre-survey at the beginning of
      QPR training
    • Administer paper post-survey at the end of QPR
      training
    • Mail pre/post surveys into PPC along with TES
      (see last slide for contact info)
       – Continuously, but deadline is Quarterly – June 30, Sept
         30, Dec 30, March 30
    Training Exit Survey (TES)
• What is it?
  – Instrument created to assess the content of
    the training, the participants’ intended use of
    the skills and knowledge learned, and
    satisfaction with their training experience
• Importance?
  – Keep track of training activities
   Training Exit Survey (TES)
• How/When is it administered?
  – Trainers:
    • Administer paper survey to all training participants
      at the end of training
       – Reminder: make sure they use a #2 pencil (no pens) and
         fill in bubbles completely otherwise they can’t be
         scanned
    • Fill out TES cover page for each training
    • Mail TES surveys and cover pages to PPC (see
      last slide for contact info)
       – Continuously, but deadline is Quarterly – June 30, Sept
         30, Dec 30, March 30
Early Identification and Referral
         Form (EIRF)
• What is it?
  – Form used to track early identification
    activities, referrals for service, and received
    services
• Importance?
  – Ability to connect youth at risk for suicide to
    appropriate services and follow-up on
    services received
Early Identification and Referral
   Form (EIRF) - Aggregate
• How/When is it administered?
  • Seed Grantees:
    •   If doing a formal screening process like Teen Screen then you will
        need to keep track of:
          1. Unduplicated count of # of youth who took screening
             questionnaire
          2. Unduplicated count of # of youth who screened positive on
             questionnaire only
          3. Unduplicated count of # of youth who screened positive on
             questionnaire OR one-on-one interview OR self identify as
             suicidal at any point
          4. Gender and race for all youth screened
    •   Report to PPC Quarterly – June 30, Sept 30, Dec 30, March 30
Early Identification and Referral
   Form (EIRF) - Individual
• How/When is it administered?
  • Trainers:
     • Instruct gatekeepers to fill out online survey:
       http://youthsuicideprevention.nebraska.edu/
     • Every time a referral is made a new EIRF should
       be filled out
     • Referral follow-up can be reported with referral or
       up to 3 months later (email reminders will be sent)
     • Complete Continuously, but deadline is Quarterly –
       June 30, Sept 30, Dec 30, March 30
           EIRF- Individual
          Referral Information
•   Participant ID
•   Setting – mental health agency
•   Source – screening
•   Age/Gender/Ethnicity/Race
•   Screening Results
•   MH Referral/Referral date/Type of agency
•   Non-mental health referral
•   Reason for non-referral
        EIRF- Individual
 Referral Follow Up Information
• Completed up to three months after
  referral
• Follow up information
  – Referred to MH?
  – If no, why
  – If yes, what did they receive?
  – Date of initial service
               The End!
• Thank you all for participating in our
  webinar!
• We will post this webinar on the Youth
  Suicide Prevention website for your
  reference.
               Contact Info
• University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
  215 Centennial Mall South, Suite 401
  Lincoln, NE 68588-0228
• Kate Speck (Training):
• kspeck@nebraska.edu
• Mark DeKraai (Evaluation):
  mdekraai@nebraska.edu
• Harmoni Noel (Evaluation):
  hnoel@nebraska.edu
                       Contact Info
• Send Pre/Post Training Surveys and TES to:
  University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
  215 Centennial Mall South, Suite 401
  Lincoln, NE 68588-0228
• Kate Speck (Training):
• kspeck@nebraska.edu
• Mark DeKraai (Evaluation):
  mdekraai@nebraska.edu
• Harmoni Noel (Evaluation):
• hnoel@nebraska.edu

								
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