This issue examines different theorists in suicide research and how our understanding of suicidal behaviour is ever-evolving.
Suicide Prevention Resource Toolkit focusing on Men and Suicide.
Social connectedness is important to suicide prevention – especially in the lives of men, who are more likely to be socially isolated than women.
This toolkit focuses on suicide prevention in the military.
This issue explores why people choose to die by suicide by jumping off high structures such as building and bridges.
The abuse of alcohol or drugs is second to depression as the most frequent risk factor for suicidal behaviour.
Does the suicide rate increase when natural disasters take place?
A review and summary of Antoon Leenaars’ Suicide Among the Armed Forces: Understanding the Cost of Service.
This issue focuses on trauma, substance abuse, and suicide prevention.
Suicide prevention myths and facts