Frequently Asked Questions

GENERAL

What is the difference between the three- and six-hour courses? Do I have to complete all six hours?

The training is comprised of a three-hour basic course and a three-hour advanced course. In the basic course, you will learn the role providers play in suicide prevention and how to effectively educate patients. In the advanced course, you will build on the skills learned in the basic course.

The number of hours you are required to complete is based on licensure. Please refer to your licensure requirements to determine how many hours of training you will need to complete.

 

How much does the training cost?

The cost of training for the six-hour course is $98 and $49 for the three-hour course. If you plan to apply for Continuing Medical Education (CME) or Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credits, there is an additional cost of $25.

Providers affiliated with the University of Washington Physicians (UWP), Seattle Children’s active medical staff (Children's employed and Children's University Medical Group [CUMG]), or Seattle Children's Care Network (SCCN) are able to complete this training free of charge. All providers planning to apply for CME or CNE credit, including those affiliated with UWP or CUMG/SCCN, are responsible for the additional fee.

 

Are Continuing Medical Education (CME) or Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credits available for completing this training?

Yes, both CME and CNE are available for completing this training, however; obtaining CME or CNE after completing the training is not a requirement for the Washington State Suicide Prevention licensure. See the CE Credit page for more information.

 

CME: Eligible participants can earn up to a maximum of 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ depending on the number of hours completed. Participants planning to apply for CME credits must complete the online educational activity followed by an evaluation and a post-test. The evaluation and post-test will be emailed within 3 business days of course completion. To be eligible for CME, participants must receive a minimum score of 75% on the post-test, with two attempts allowed. After successfully completing the post-test, participants must submit an attendance verification form to the UW CME office with CME fee payment ($25).

CNE: Professionals who wish to receive a contact hour certificate must 1) complete all course requirements and 2) register online after completing the activity and pay a recordkeeping fee of $25 (VISA or Mastercard in US Funds). You will be able to print your own certificate online and have access to your records online for at least six years.

Do I have to obtain CME or CNE credits once I complete the training? 

No. Obtaining CME or CNE credits is optional and is not required to fulfill your Washington State suicide prevention licensure.

What is the process for taking the training?

The process is easy. Simply register for the training and follow the instructions in the follow-up email. You may be required to create a Learning Management System account to access the training.

 

Can I come back to the training after I have started it?

Yes. You may complete the training in multiple sessions; you may also return to the training after you have completed it. You can log back into the training at any time using your username and password.

For UWP members using the UW Medicine LMS, find your registration confirmation email from apsafe@uw.edu. This email will have your training link. If you can't find this email, please contact us. Please allow three business days for a response. For problems accessing the UW Medicine LMS, please contact the helpdesk at mcsos@uw.edu

If you are not a UWP member, go to http://learn.uwpsychiatry.org  and log in using your username and password. If you have forgotten your password, click on the “Forgot Password” link below the sign in fields. Your username is the email that you used to create the account. If you are having difficulty logging in, contact us for help. Please allow three business days for a response.

REGISTRATION & ELIGIBILITY

How many hours do I have to take to fulfill my suicide prevention licensure requirements in Washington State?

Because the hours of training and frequency of training differ depending on your profession, please visit Suicide Prevention Training for Health Professionals for detailed information.

For specific questions about your need for training, please call Daidria Underwood, program manager for the Medical Quality Assurance Commission, at 360-236-2727.

 

I am both a member of the University of Washington Physicians (UWP) and Seattle Children's active medical staff or a member of Seattle Children's Care Network (SCCN). Which affiliation do I use for registration?

Please choose the organization where you spend more of your time.

 

I am not a member of University of Washington Physicians (UWP) but I am a UW Medicine or UW employee (Valley, Northwest, MultiCare). Can I take the training for free?

Unfortunately, not all UW Medicine or UW-affiliated providers are eligible to take the training for free. Only UW/UW Medicine providers who are associated with UWP, Seattle Children’s active medical staff (Children's employed and Children's University Medical Group [CUMG]), or Seattle Children's Care Network (SCCN) members are eligible to take the training free of charge.

 

Do you offer a bulk discount for organizations who would like their providers to complete the All Patients Safe training?

Yes. We are pleased to offer a bulk discount to organizations wishing to distribute All Patients Safe via bulk license terms and fees:

>10 users: 10% discount
>50 users: 15% discount
>100 users: 20% discount

 

To license the All Patients Safe training and receive this discount, complete and return the License Agreement (click the "License" button then scroll down to read the complete license agreement).

Do you offer in-person workshops or consultation?

In-person skills reinforcement workshops are available for $650/per hour plus travel. The requesting organization is responsible for all costs related to hosting and venue requirements.

We also offer 10 hours of consultation on suicide prevention protocols for $2000 plus travel if required. The requesting organization is responsible for all costs related to hosting and venue requirements.

Contact us if you are interested in either of these options.

TROUBLESHOOTING

What do I do if I’ve lost my training link?

If you are a UWP member (including UW residents and fellows) find your registration confirmation email from apsafe@uw.edu in your inbox. This email will have your training link.

  

For problems accessing the UW Medicine LMS, please contact the helpdesk at mcsos@uw.edu.

If you are not a UWP member, go to http://learn.uwpsychiatry.org  and log in using your username and password.

If you cannot find the link or are having difficulty logging in, contact us for help. Please allow three business days for a response.

I’ve forgotten my username and/or password. How do I access the training?

If you are a UWP member (including UW residents and fellows), please contact the helpdesk at mcsos@uw.edu for help recovering your username and password.

If you are not a UWP member, go to http://learn.psychiatry.org and click on the “Forgot Password” link below the sign in fields. Your username is the email that you used to create the account.

 

How do I get technical assistance or other help?

If you need additional technical assistance, please contact us.

 

I signed up to take the 6-hour training, but now I just want to take the 3-hour training or I signed up to take the 3-hour training, but now I want to take the 6-hour training.  What do I do? 

Contact us so we can change your registration status in our database to ensure you are registered for the correct course.

 

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