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Mental Health, Suicide Prevention

Kognito Co-Founder and St. John’s University Discuss Kognito’s At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations

Since 2011, St. John's University has used At-Risk for Faculty & Staff to prepare its faculty and staff to support students in distress and connect them to campus resources.
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Mental Health, Military Families/Veterans, Suicide Prevention

Student Veterans: Are Faculty and Staff Ready to Support?

Based on a survey of 14,673 faculty and staff at 20 colleges and universities, this whitepaper highlights results on preparedness, knowledge, and attitudes about military cultural competency among faculty and ...
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Chronic Disease, Mental Health, Patient-Provider Communication, Substance Use, Suicide Prevention

Virtual Humans Could Improve Conversations at the Doctor’s Office

CNET features Kognito's role-play conversations with virtual humans, designed to mimic real-life behaviors that prepare HCPs to effectively engage patients in conversations about mental health, substance use, chronic disease, and ...
Mental Health, Suicide Prevention

MHA of Texas Leads the Way on Suicide Prevention Statewide

Since 2010, MHA of Texas has been a first-adopter of Kognito At-Risk simulations for PK-12 on behalf of its public schools and teacher training programs.
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Clients Include

  • California Community Colleges
  • Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
  • Thrive NYC
  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide