Youth suicide prevention – an evidence briefing
Young people

Youth Suicide Prevention – an evidence briefing, is a joint venture between the Health Development Agency (HDA) in England, the Institute of Public Health in Ireland and programme for Action for Children in Ireland and aims to identify all systematic reviews in this field, and to analyse and combine the evidence to highlight what measures work to prevent youth suicide. 

Author: Philip Crowley, Jean Kilroe and Sara Burke in conjunction with the Health Development Agency on behalf of the UK and Ireland Public Health Evidence Group.

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