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26 May 2021
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17 November 2020

Queensland suicide rate unaffected during first phase of COVID-19 pandemic

There has been no overall change in Queensland’s suspected suicide rate since the declaration of a public health emergency declaration (PHED) on January 29.

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10 September 2020

No overall change in suspected suicide rate this year

There have been five more suspected suicides this year than last, but significantly fewer than 2017, new data from the...

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24 October 2016

Suicide factors studied for older Queenslanders

As men grow older the prevalence of suicide becomes more frequent while women in the same age range show no increase, new research from Griffith University has found.

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8 September 2016

Understanding suicide risk factors for farmers

A closer understanding of the personal risk factors around suicide in farmers is the outcome of new research from Griffith’s Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP).

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2 October 2014

Griffith investigates high rates of farmer suicide

The reasons behind the high rates of suicide among Australian farmers are set to be investigated at Griffith.

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26 May 2014

LGBTI suicide study finds home is where the heart is

A recent Griffith study into suicide in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people has found family conflict and rejection is one of the least likely reasons for suicide.

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10 September 2013
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Queensland suicide rates have declined

Suicide rates for the state have gone down slightly over the past decade, according to the Queensland Suicide Register.

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20 March 2013
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The reality of suicide in the mining industry

It is increasingly claimed that mining industry employment, especially “Fly-in Fly-out” (FIFO) work, may be associated with a heightened risk of suicide, AISRAP intend to find out if it's true.

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6 September 2012

More to farmer suicides than mental health

The idea that farmers who commit suicide are lonely macho types who do not easily open up about their feelings,...

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