Ensuring suicide prevention is everyone’s business
A training programme developed by nurses rejects a ‘professionals-only’ model of care and equips all staff to recognise risk and offer support
When a student is distressed or has suicidal thoughts, the most obvious sources of support might seem to be university counselling or psychological services.
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