Living with suicidal thoughts: A scoping review

Background There is a significantly higher number of people experiencing severe levels of suicidal thoughts compared to that of suicidal deaths and suicide attempts. In suicide prevention research, there is a shift towards greater emphasis on people’s experiences of living with suicidal thoughts. This can expand the existing evidence base, which is dominated by a […]

A mixed-methods systematic review of suicide prevention interventions involving multisectoral collaborations

Background Governments and third-sector organizations (TSOs) require support to reduce suicide mortality through funding of suicide prevention services and innovative research. One way is for researchers to engage individuals and services in multisectoral collaborations, to collaboratively design, develop and test suicide prevention services and programmes. However, despite widespread support, to date, it remains unclear as […]