Year: 1997 Source: Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, (19th: 1997: Adelaide), p.346 SIEC No: 19980127

This paper discussed an internal evaluation of Finland’s national suicide prevention strategy. Survey data from 1996 revealed that practical activities have emerged all over the country & in many professional spheres. Two-thirds of those running programs estimated they would continue for at least a few years after the national project. Another project to collaborate in the development of practical models has also been successful. The co-operative process model is said to be a promising strategy.