Forensic Mental Health Database

Author(s)
Rockefelle Colledge University at Albany
 
Date
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Abstract

This case starts with a highly publicized suicide problem in state prisons. Students are asked to assume the role of Sue Miller, an assistant to the Commissioner of Mental Health Services. In that role they must draft a memo outlining a suicide prevention program that takes advantage of information sharing between the Department of Corrections and the Department of Mental Health Services. The case introduces students to various technical, managerial and policy level issues related to information sharing in public agencies.

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