#PreventVetSuicide: #SPSM on conf tweets and tips, 2/7/16 9pCT

SPSM chats 2/7/16, 9pCT about the strategy, tips, and outcomes of the #PreventVetSuicide used on 2/2/16 for a Washington, D.C. conference on “Preventing Veteran Suicide: A Call to Action” hosted by Veterans Affairs. Of note, #PreventVetSuicide was a trending topic on that day:


Several members of the SPSM community contributed their skills to live tweeting this conference. Video will be available from VA soon, and this post will be updated with links.

@DocForeman and SPSM alum @GlenCoppersmith live tweeted. Several SPSM alum were in attendance, including Dr. Richard McKeon (of SAMHSA). Additionally there were live tweets from Lisa Brenner, director of the Rocky Mountain MIRECC (#RMIRECC), supported by members of her team back in Colorado.

In terms of analytics, the tag’s 1 day twitter feed was highly engaged:

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And, interestingly, #SPSM, as a secondary hashtag, also was highly engaged:

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What does all of this mean? Chat about it with #SPSM, 9pCT, 2/7/16.

You can view ALL storify curations on the SPSMchat storify acct: https://storify.com/SPSMChat

@DocForeman produced both a morning and afternoon of all #PreventVetSuicide tweets. Here they are:
She then broke down tweets by either speaker or major subject matter. Here are the curations, filtered out:
And FINALLY, all tweets mentioning data (which was a huge theme for the day):




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