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IASP Task Forces
IASP Task Forces offer the opportunity for our community of members, researchers, professionals, lay people and volunteers to focus deeply on a specific aspect of suicide and suicide prevention. Please browse the following links to see the work of these groups:
Learn about this Task Force dedicated to improving the international collaboration necessary to reduce suicide amongst Defense and Police personnel.
This Task Force has been created to improve research and practice linkages between experts in suicide, psychiatry, and emergency medicine.
This Task Force aims to bring together suicidologists with a clear interest in neurobiological aspects of suicidal behaviour and to stimulate research in this domain.
This Task Force was established to best explain how suicides are tabulated in national database/vital registry systems.
This Task Force establishes guidelines that promote the accurate, responsible and ethical reporting of suicide in the media.
Learn about this Task Force created to bring together the available knowledge and expertise on suicidal behaviour in prisons in order to facilitate the wider dissemination of the fundamentals of effective suicide prevention in prisons.
This Task Force is established to increase awareness and understanding about suicide in the older people.
Defense and Police Personnel
Emergency Medicine and Suicidal Behavior
Genetics and Neurobiology of Suicide (The)
National Systems for Certifying Suicidal Deaths
Suicide and the Media
Suicide in Older People
Suicide in Prisons
Special Interest Groups
Clusters and Contagion in Suicidal Behaviour
Culture and Suicidal Behaviour
Helplines Best Practices
Postvention (Suicide Bereavement)
Prevention of Intentional Poisoning
Suicidal Behaviour in Adolescents
Suicide and the Workplace
16-20 June, 2015
XXVIII IASP World Congress
New Technologies and Discoveries in Suicide Prevention
Montréal, Québec, Canada
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