FEATURE30 April 2020

Learning lessons on suicide prevention

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More than five years ago, specific actions took place in Australia to help reduce suicide rates. Paul Vittles writes about what was done and what other countries can learn from it.

In most developed countries, more people aged 15 to 44 years old die by suicide than by any other means, despite most suicides being preventable.

This tragic conundrum has led to a growing role for research(ers) to provide breakthrough ...