Year: 1985 Source: Annual Meeting of the Native Mental Health Association of Canada, (1985: Ste Foy), p.88-96 SIEC No: 19950999

This is a panel discussion on 2 presentations just given: Rural, and Urban Native Suicide Prevention. Questions, as well as the responses are given. Some of the questions include: what are more effective strategies for suicide prevention as opposed to urban Crisis Intervention Centers, what is the role of family doctors as contact people within communities, what is the effect of pop psychology fads on Indian communities, and what length of time is needed for front-line workers to recuperate?