World Mental Health Day

October 10th

Mental Illness affects millions of Americans and those who love them every year. On October 10th, Colibri is recognizing World Mental Health Day by supporting the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) on their goals of getting help early and providing the best care possible for those impacted by mental illness. Specifically, Colibri is donating $15,000 to NAMI and providing free continuing education resources to healthcare providers.

Colibri’s leading values are love, joy, boldness, teamwork, and curiosity. Will you join us as we boldly call out and work together to combat mental illness affecting those we love — so that they might know they are not alone?


Free Resources

Education is at the heart of Colibri’s work supporting healthcare professionals to always be learning. We’re providing free resources about important mental health topics. These tools offer insight on how we can be more understanding and compassionate to those with mental illness.

NAMI offers excellent resources for nearly anyone affected by mental illness, as well as those who love and care for them. This includes a host of mental health education, local and virtual support groups, a NAMI HelpLine, and extensive publications and reports.

CE Podcasts

For nursing professionals, Colibri is offering free contact hours for the below CE podcasts through October 31st, 2022. Click the Redeem My Contact Hour button below each podcast to complete.

Post-Traumatic Stress in Healthcare Workers

This podcast examines post-traumatic stress among healthcare workers as members of the healthcare team. Symptoms, prevalence, contributing factors, interventions, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic related to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are discussed. Strategies for facilitating discussion of post-traumatic stress within the healthcare team will be discussed from a standpoint of awareness, respect, and current knowledge.

Part 1: What Does Post-Traumatic Stress Look Like in Healthcare Workers?

Part 2: Doing Something about Post-Traumatic Stress in Healthcare Workers

Out of Darkness: Symptoms and Treatments for Major Depressive Disorder

This podcast series aims to help healthcare professionals understand the diagnosis of major depressive disorder, common symptoms, and the most severe outcome of suicide to assess risk. Also discussed will be the treatment approaches of the most common antidepressants, the newest medications and some medications under clinical trials, and the use of cognitive behavioral strategies to help a patient with depression.

Part 1: It’s an Illness, Not Sadness

Part 2: Past, Present, and Future Treatments of Major Depressive Disorder

Nurse Suicide and Substance Use Disorder: The Shocking Truth

Some disturbing data: even before the COVID-19 crisis scarred the mental well-being of nurses, research demonstrates that nurses, particularly female nurses, have been at higher risk of suicide than the general population. Also troubling: Suicide among nurses is most often linked to actual or impending job loss, including job loss relating to substance use.

Part 1: Sober Evidence of SUD-Suicide Link

Part 2: Proactive Approaches to Nurse Suicide Prevention

Listen to these podcasts on your favorite app!

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Mental Health Support for Healthcare Professionals

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Doing Your Part in Suicide Prevention

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Join David Denino, LPC, NCC for this 1-hour on-demand webinar event as he provides an overview of suicide and prevention, including key protective factors and effective ways in managing the suicidal person. You’ll also learn how to recognize suicide warning signs, perform a safety assessment and safety planning for teens and adults.

Receive your free CE credit and watch the webinar.

View this webinar without registering and receiving CE credit.

Will you join us?


The most impactful way you can join in is by further educating yourself and others about how, together, we can get more people help early and provide them the best care possible.



About Colibri Healthcare

Colibri Healthcare prepares students and professionals for challenges and changes in the industry with convenient learning solutions to help them deliver better care. Our leading schools guide nurse practitioners to pass their licensing exam and offer continuing education and professional development opportunities across several healthcare fields.

Accreditations and approvals
Colibri Healthcare, LLC is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Individual state nursing approvals
In addition to states that accept ANCC, Elite is an approved provider of continuing education in nursing by: Alabama, Provider #ABNP1418 (valid through February 5, 2025); California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP17480 (valid through January 31, 2024); California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (LVN Provider #15058, PT Provider #15020) valid through December 31, 2023; District of Columbia Board of Nursing, Provider #50-4007; Florida Board of Nursing, Provider #50-4007; Georgia Board of Nursing, Provider #50-4007; Kentucky Board of Nursing, Provider #7-0076 (valid through December 31, 2023); Mississippi Board of Nursing, Provider #50-4007; and North Dakota Board of Nursing, Provider #50-4007. This CE program satisfies the Massachusetts Board’s regulatory requirements as defined in 244 CMR 5.00: Continuing Education.

Resolution of conflict of interest
In accordance with the ANCC Standards for Commercial Support for continuing education, Elite implemented mechanisms prior to the planning and implementation of the continuing education activity, to identify and resolve conflicts of interest for all individuals in a position to control content of the course activity.

Sponsorship/commercial support and non-endorsement
It is the policy of Elite not to accept commercial support. Furthermore, commercial interests are prohibited from distributing or providing access to this activity to learners.

The information provided in this activity is for continuing education purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the independent medical judgment of a healthcare provider relative to diagnostic and treatment options of a specific patient’s medical condition.

Course verification
All individuals involved have disclosed that they have no significant financial or other conflicts of interest pertaining to this course. Likewise, and in compliance with California Assembly Bill No. 241, every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the content in this course is balanced and unbiased.

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