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Connecting for Life: Ireland's National Strategy to Reduce Suicide 2015-2020

Department of Health; Government of Ireland Country Resources Suicide Prevention Ireland June 2015 Policy document harm reduction, prevention, self harm, suicide

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Connecting for Life involves preventative and awareness-raising work with the population as a whole, supportive work with local communities and targeted approaches to priority groups. The strategy proposes high-quality standards of practice across service delivery areas, and an underpinning evaluation and research framework. This wide reach presents unique implementation challenges. The whole-of-government, multi-agency, inter-professional, expert-by-experience, local/national focuses will involve multiple stakeholders across and between levels of government and governance.

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