Dr. Goldstein Grumet has collaborated on numerous grants and publications about systems-based approaches to suicide prevention. She has participated in the development of several publications for the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention including Recommended Standard Care for People with Suicide Risk and Guidelines for Suicide Prevention in the Clinical Workforce. Dr. Goldstein Grumet’s primary responsibility is to advance the development, dissemination, evidence and effective implementation of the Zero Suicide framework. She has expertise in behavioral health transformation, state and local community suicide prevention, quality improvement, and the use of evidence-based practices for suicide care in clinical settings.
Director, Zero Suicide Institute
Vice President, Education Development Center
Senior Health Care Advisor, Suicide Prevention Resource Center