A couple of forensic psychiatrists tweeting about important new research that influences our work, changes our thinking, or tickles our fancy.

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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
I’ve been involved in this year+ dialogue with multiple stakeholders about firearms safety, mental health and suicide prevention. Please join us for this impactful and meaningful discussion about how we can make a positive difference and save lives.
Join us tomorrow for a not-to-be-missed conversation with Convergence Dialogue participants @TopShotChris @EmmyBetz @DoreenSMarshall @CaseyJPick & @mikesodini on innovative strategies to prevent firearm suicides & save lives. Register: bit.ly/30rRtPj #SuicidePrevention
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
In Part 3 of the Psychiatric Advance Directive (PAD), Dr. Leon Ravin provides considerations for this “legal tool” in your #mentalhealthcare planning and explains the role of your mental health care provider and proxy. Watch now!: bit.ly/3Dlwewf
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
📢🏈TODAY, Steeler player Trai Turner will be dawning STEEL SMILING -THEMED cleats as part of the My Cause, My Cleats initiative! We are so grateful for this amazing opportunity - thanks so much to @trai_turner and the @steelers! Read more here ➡️ steelers.com/news/making-a-s…
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
Real question- with as much outcry as this boy was giving why was mobile crisis team not called right then? +SI and HI and no crisis risk assessment? This is a failure of the school as well. Outpatient counseling is not appropriate in a life threatening crisis. #OxfordHigh
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
Love @teamtrace and their analyses. This entire thread is a must read along with attached articles/links. Been saying for years what they're saying in this thread!!
1/ The desire to keep kids safe has spawned a multibillion-dollar industry promising to turn schools into fortresses. Oxford High School is a prime example of that effort, @tomkutsch writes in our weekly newsletter: thetr.ac/NGtJe
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
New Orleans community leader: “I think we are about as low as we can go in terms of our dire need for some solutions. ... We are going to get to a place where we won’t be able to do anything about it [because] it won’t be enough of us left.” wwltv.com/article/news/crime…
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
After you lose a person to gun violence they try to steal your voice too. You can’t advocate for people you don’t know. And there isn’t one collective voice. Learn about the people you say you’re fighting for. And support their personal efforts and journeys.
1/26 Victoria Leigh Soto, 27. Treasured daughter, sister, friend. In her honor her family has funded tens of students college educations - all of them future teachers. Tomorrow, they take over Stratford, CT. You can love them, here: teamvickisoto.com 💚
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
We have studied more than 1,800 shootings at schools since 1970. Parents charged is rare. Manhunt for parents led by US Marshals and Michigan Fugitive Task Force has never happened before. #OxfordHigh #crumbley #manhunt #parents #schoolshooting
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
@KassandraSeven @NellieBly666 Info on mental health & mass shooting events. My heart is with Michigan's communities. 💙
1/4 A thread on how mental health and police systems are impacted by -- and can respond to -- the surges of malicious and disruptive threats are common after high profile mass shootings. detroitnews.com/story/news/l… via @detroitnews
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ViolenceWonks (Jack Rozel & Layla Soliman) retweeted
Suicidology during the Pandemic (US) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-= (and a quick lesson in visualization) Suicide rates decreased significantly when the pandemic started, and remained lower than 2019 for the remainder of the year. This is the monthly breakdown. #COVID19 /1
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