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Training, Intervention, Response, along with what else make up the four elements of the Navy's suicide prevention program? Reporting
At least how often will suicide prevention training be conducted for all Active Component and Reserve Component Service members and for all Navy civilian employees and full-time contractors who work on military installations? Annually
MILSPERMAN 1770 along with which series contains guidance for reporting suicides and suicide-related behaviors? OPNAVINST 3100.6
What is a self-inflicted death that has evidence (either implicit or explicit) of the intent to die? suicide
Within how many days of notification of death shall commands complete the Department of Defense Suicide Event Report (DoDSER) to report suicide instances and undetermined deaths for which suicide has not been excluded by the medical examiner? 60 days
How many weeks after a member's suicide are commands advised to maintain copies of medical, dental and service records in order to complete the DoDSER and respond to unforeseen questions? 6-8 weeks
What is a self-inflicted potentially injurious behavior with a non-fatal outcome that may or may not result in injury and for which there is evidence (either implicit or explicit) of intent to die? suicide attempt
Within how many days of medical evaluation must a DoDSER be completed for all suicide attempts by AC and RC Service members, as determined by competent medical authority? 30 days
Who aids the CO in ensuring that the suicide prevention program is fully implemented? SPC
Who is responsible for establishing a suicide prevention program policy? Deputy Chief of Naval Operations
Who develops written procedures to ensure that chaplains/religious program specialists execute their suicide prevention program responsibilities throughout the Navy? OPNAV, Chief of Chaplains
Who develops the procedures and policy that ensure service members are properly evaluated and treated that exhibit suicide-related ideations, communications or behaviors? Chief, BUMED
Who ensures that installation emergency response personnel receive annual training? Commander, Navy Installations Command
The Commander, Naval Education and Training Command shall include rate specific suicide intervention training at "A" schools and "C" schools for hospital corpsman, religious program specialists and which other rate? Master-at-Arms
What should the minimum rank of the SPC be whenever it is possible? E7
How often should Commanding Officers ensure that suicide prevention training is conducted for all command personnel? annually
What are any self-reported thoughts of engaging in suicide-related behaviors defined as? suicide-related ideations
What is any interpersonal action, verbal or nonverbal, without a direct self-injurious component, passive or active, for which there is evidence that the person is communicating that a suicide-related behavior might occur in the near future? suicide threat
What is a proposed method of carrying out a design that can potentially result in suicide-related behaviors? suicide plan
What is a self-inflicted potentially injurious behavior called for which there is evidence that the person did not intend to kill themselves? self-harm
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