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Twitter: @jmbrockphd (J.M.B.) KEYWORDS mHealth eHealth Technology Suicide Mobile KEY POINTS Digital technologies have immense potential to advance our understanding of and robust response to suicide risk. Key limitations in these approaches have stalled their widespread implementation. While digital approaches as standalone interventions are likely insufficient, and clinicians should be critical curators of available apps, there is strong promise in using technology to augment ongoing clinicaldoi:10.1016/j.ypsc.2021.05.008 fatcat:5why5lijrjgapepdlufgdn75mm