A study of the Danish population aged 10 years and over has found those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were over three times more likely to attempt suicide and to die by suicide.
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.
Connection to others and service are the two main reasons for living among those with lived experience of suicide entering the suicide prevention workforce.
A series of YouTube videos aims to help alleviate young people’s stress and anxiety about COVID-19.
An international congress for suicide prevention and intervention at the Gold Coast could not come at a more crucial time, according to Pro Vice Chancellor (Health) Professor Sheena Reilly.
Griffith University researchers leading a project to develop an online platform giving young people access to tailored mental health information and support.
Improving mental health support for young people who’ve suffered bereavement is the focus for Griffith University Masters of Suicidology graduate Karl Andriessen.