What’s New in the Library, Fall 2017

Online Resources iE:23 Aiming for perfection: The Zero Suicide movement More and more health care systems, both in North America and Europe, are adopting the Zero Suicide approach and finding success. This editorial examines this movement which, by improving patient care and changing attitudes toward suicide, aims to eliminate suicide altogether. Books Among the Walking […]

What’s New in the Library, Summer 2017

Online Resources  An open letter to my fellow “southern” Canadians This special feature was written in honour of National Aboriginal Day, 2017. It is an information piece about the Inuit in Canada meant for a mainstream Canadian audience. The workplace and suicide prevention This resource toolkit is a collection of facts, figures & best preventative […]

What’s New in the Library, Spring 2017

Books Explaining suicide: Patterns, motivations and what notes reveal by Cheryl Meyer, Taronish Irani, Katherine Hermes & Betty Yung. Academic Press. (2017). 262 p. Suicide is a complex phenomenon. Suicide notes are invaluable as qualitative data for researchers to examine these complexities. Suicide notes are also among the most important of personal documents that researchers […]

What’s New in the Library – Spring 2016

What’s Up with Canada’s Game? Exploring Mental Illness in Hockeyby Centre for Suicide Prevention This special feature examines the growing importance of men’s mental health issues in recent National Hockey League memoirs. After a Student Suicide: How to respond, How to Helpby Centre for Suicide Prevention This toolkit provides practical infromation to schools after a […]