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    Frequently asked questions about suicide.

    What employers need to know about suicide prevention

    What should organizations do to help prevent suicide among its employees — and to help support suicide survivors after the death of a coworker? Research suggest first leaders and managers must recognize the workplace predictors of suicide. Then, create a respectful and inclusive work environment, learn to identify employees who might be at risk, and create […]

    May 4, 2022
    Talking about “firearm injury” and “gun violence”: Words matter

    “Firearm injury” is a term used within academic and public health publications and programs because of the impression that it is more neutral and encompasses all types of injury, but it may be less well understood by the general public. These differences in terminology have implications for public health interventions, patient care, and participation in […]

    March 8, 2022
    Rapid synthesis: Identifying suicide-prevention interventions.

    An assessment of what is known about suicide-prevention interventions. The rapid synthesis was conducted to address a question posed by a health system policymaker or stakeholder to the McMaster Health Forum’s Rapid Response program.

    October 2, 2017
    Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health: Special Issue on Mutual-Aid Groups and Support Groups/Mutual-Aid Groups and Support Groups: The Canadian Context (Volume 14, Number 2, Fall 1995)

    This journal describes various Canadian experiences related to mutual-aid & support groups, & draws on diverse perspectives from practitioners & group members. The groups represented address a range of social, physical, & mental health problems & issues. Papers (in English & French) are organized under 3 themes: the interface between formal (professional) & informal (lay) […]

    September 1, 1996

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