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Sledding Athletes Are Taking Their Lives. Did Brain-Rattling Rides and High-Speed Crashes Damage Their Brains ?

Sledding Athletes Are Taking Their Lives. Did Brain-Rattling Rides and High-Speed Crashes Damage Their Brains ? On May 3, Pavle Jovanovic, a former bobsledder, rigged a chain to a crane he and his brother kept in the shop of their … Continued

Allison E. Frantz August 5, 2020 August 5, 2020 athletes, brain injury, Olympians, sports
State Suicide Prevention Infrastructure Plan

State Infrastructure Plan http://www.sprc.org/state-infrastructure The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)  released the first-ever recommendations for State Suicide Prevention Infrastructure. Developed with an advisory panel of experts and stakeholders, the guidelines lay out essential infrastructure elements for advancing state suicide prevention … Continued

Allison E. Frantz September 25, 2019 September 25, 2019
Study: Police Officers and Firefighters Are More Likely to Die by Suicide than in Line of Duty

Study: Police Officers and Firefighters Are More Likely to Die by Suicide than in Line of Duty A white paper commissioned by the Foundation has revealed that first responders (policemen and firefighters) are more likely to die by suicide than … Continued

Allison E. Frantz September 5, 2020 September 6, 2020 1st responders, EMS, firefighters, first responders, line of duty vs suicide, police, recourses, study
Suicide Exposure, Suicide Risk, and the Importance of Meaning-Making

    Miklin et al had a 2019 study that addressed meaning-making for suicide survivors in a thoughtful way:   Miklin, Sanja, Anna S. Mueller, Seth Abrutyn, and Katherine Ordonez. 2019. “What Does It Mean to Be Exposed to Suicide?: … Continued

Allison E. Frantz August 14, 2020 August 14, 2020 Bereavement, Exposure to suicide, Meaning-making, risk, Suicide contagion
Suicide Prevention: An Issue of Social Justice

Suicide Prevention: An Issue of Social Justice John S. Westefeld First Published July 29, 2020 Research Article https://doi.org/10.1177/2632077020946419 Abstract The concept of social justice has assumed major significance in the human service professions, as suicide rates have increased. However, social justice remains … Continued

Allison E. Frantz November 10, 2020 November 10, 2020 prevention, social justice, suicide
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Diabetes by County

David Zimmerman March 29, 2019 March 29, 2019
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Diabetes

David Zimmerman March 29, 2019 March 29, 2019
Urban–rural Differences in Suicide Rates, by Sex and Three Leading Methods: United States, 2000–2018

  Urban–rural Differences in Suicide Rates, by Sex and Three Leading Methods: United States, 2000–2018 NCHS Data Brief No. 373, August 2020 PDF Versionpdf icon (703 KB) | Visual Abstract Kristen Pettrone, M.D., M.P.H., and Sally C. Curtin, M.A. Key findings From … Continued

Allison E. Frantz November 10, 2020 November 10, 2020 females, firearms, males, rural, self inflicted, suffocation, urban
Veterans – Suicide Prevention

Veterans – Suicide Prevention   Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (OMHSP) Suicide Prevention Month 2020 Talking Points These talking points can guide your conversations around Suicide Prevention Month 2020. You can also use them to inform presentations or … Continued

Allison E. Frantz August 21, 2020 October 12, 2020 Be there, conversation, how to talk about suicide, OMHSAS, social media tool kit, suicide prevention month, toolkit, Veterans
Virtual and Online Resources for General Suicide Prevention

Virtual and Online Resources for General Suicide Prevention Compiled by the Pennsylvania Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Grant Team Online Virtual Gatekeeper Trainings Counseling on Access to Lethal Means Free online course about how to reduce access to lethal … Continued

Allison E. Frantz July 12, 2020 July 12, 2020 online, resources

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