The AHA has received a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help prevent suicide among hospital and health system workers, and seeks input from members on emerging approaches. If your hospital or health system is implementing strategies related to staff education, assessment, referral or other suicide prevention and mental well-being approaches, please share your experience by filling out this short form providing a description of your work. 

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