This handbook provides some basic information for those who are bereaved by a suicide. It covers topics frequently discussed at Survivors of Suicide support group meetings along with concepts from the literature on suicide bereavement. Information is presented in a question and answer format so that readers can choose to read the booklet in order […]
The book being reviewed is available for viewing at SIEC #1999-0506.
This bibliography of resources related to suicide & euthanasia. Relevant topic sections are presented, including history, basic works, active versus passive euthanasia, physician-assisted suicide, global policy studies, & cases & controversy. (88 refs)
For the complete Guide, please see SIEC #2004-1202. For individual chapters, please see SIEC #2004-1203 to #2004-1228
This pack is specifically designed for relatives & friends of people who die by suicide or other sudden means, in order to help them through the grieving process. It highlights the areas of greatest difficulty for the bereaved person & offers advice on how to get support from peers, support groups & counselling organisations. A […]
For the original report, please see SIEC #2004-1253
This bibliography contains 5 sections. The first section is on books, categorized by the date of publication from 1969 to 1995. The second section of the bibliography is on articles from academic journals & research papers, categorized by date from 1922 to 1995. The third section of this bibliography is on items from the media […]
In this article, the author highlights the Reconnecting Youth (RY) Prevention Research Program. After clarifying the meaning of indicated prevention, she reviews what was learned from 1) descriptive studies of adolescents; 2) screening, instrumentation, & recruitment studies; 3) creating preventive interventions; & 4) experimental studies of various RY prevention approaches. She concludes with the impact […]
This kit contains the following information sheets: 1) Statistics on Suicide Among Young People in Australia; 2) How Can I Help; 3) The Myths of Suicide; 4) What are the Suicide Risk Factors; 5) What are the Warning Signs; 6) What Causes People to Commit Suicide; 7) Youth Suicide Prevention Activities; 8) Contacts; & 9) […]
This bibliography contains a selection of firearms-related literature from 1990-98. Categories these articles deal with are: comparative international studies, crime/violent crime, homicide, suicide and unintentional harms & firearms injuries. Sources include refereed journal articles, research reports, books and papers presented at conferences. Canadian content articles are specially highlighted. A summary for each entry in the […]
Post Suicide Bereavement Recovery Literature – Bereavement Recovery Groups – Guidance for First Responders and Caregivers – Postvention in Schools – Research – Suicide of a Client/Patient
This publication provides bibliographic references organized into the following categories: post suicide bereavement recovery, bereavement recovery groups, guidance for first responders and caregivers, postvention in schools: intervention in a school following a suicide, research, & suicide of a client/patient.
This annotated bibliography provides references for school psychologists & mental health professionals who are interested in developing school- & community-based mental health programs. Resource materials that will assist in program design, implementation, & evaluation are included. This bibliography is not intended to be comprehensive, but represents key resources for program developers & interventionists.
Suicide Prevention and Intervention Training for School Personnel: Program Design and Implementation Issues. Annotated Bibliography
The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to facilitate the design of a suicide prevention & intervention training program for school personnel that reflects current research & evaluation in this area. Information is provided about materials that were published after 1985 & that target adult learners. A summary of each reference provides a rating of […]
This book provides information about key sources of Canadian population-based data. Information is categorized under the following headings: Abusive relationships/child abuse/missing children; child care/family; crime; death/hospitalization; disability; education/employment/language/literacy; emotional well-being/mental health/psychological; general; immunization/physical health; pregnancy/STDs; & substance use.