Covington D, Mokkenstorm J, Murray S, et al. Rotterdam Declaration: Zero Suicide Healthcare. ZS International 4 summit participants; 2019.
Goldstein Grumet J, Hogan M, Chu A, Covington D & Johnson K. Compliance Standards Pave the Way for Reducing Suicide in Health Care Systems; Journal of Health Care Compliance; 2019.
Covington D, & Hogan M. Zero Suicide: The Dogged Pursuit of Perfection in Health Care. Psychiatric Times, Suicide and Self-Harm: Part 2; 2019.
Moore P, Covington D, Dollery C, et al. Be the Change: Ensuring an Effective Response to All in Psychiatric Emergency Equal to Medical Care. NHS Clinical Commissioners and RI: London Summit Report; 2018.
Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee (ISMICC) Report to Congress: The Way Forward: Federal Action for a System That Works for All People Living With SMI and SED and Their Families and Caregivers; 2017.
Covington D, Hogan, M, et al. Crisis Now: Transforming Services is Within Our Reach. National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention: Clinical Care Task Force; 2016.
Silva, C, Smith, AR, Dodd, D, Covington, D, & Joiner, TE. Readiness for Suicide Prevention Among Behavioral Healthcare Staff Across Seven States. Psychiatric Services, APPI-PS-2015-00271.R2, 2016.
Draper, J, Murphy, J, Vega, E, Covington, D, & McKeon, R. Helping Callers at Imminent Risk: Active Engagement, Active Rescue, and Collaboration. SLTBJ, 45(3): 261-270, DOI 10.1111/sltb.12128, 2015.
Smith, AR, Silva, C, Covington, D, & Joiner, TE. An Assessment of Suicide Related Knowledge Among Health Professionals. Health Psychology, 33, 110-119. DOI 10.1037/A0031062, 2014.
Covington D, Hogan, M, et al. Suicide Care in Systems Framework. National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention: Clinical Care Task Force; 2011.
Covington, D. Improving Access to Behavioral Healthcare Services: The Georgia Crisis & Access Line. Supplemental Bulletin 39. Clinician’s Research Digest, 2008.
Oliva J, Haynes N, Covington D, Lushbaugh D, & Compton M. Crisis Intervention Team, in Responding to Individuals with Mental Illnesses. Compton MT, Kotwicki RJ (Eds.). Sudbury, Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc., 33–45, 2006.