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Reducing Suicide: The Queensland Government Suicide Prevention Strategy 2003-2008

Australia Queensland Health Country Resources Suicide Prevention Queensland 31 December 2003 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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Reducing Suicide: The Queensland Government Suicide Prevention Strategy 2003–2008 has been developed as a whole-of-population collaborative effort by key Government Departments, recognizing that suicide is an issue that is the responsibility of the whole community. The development of appropriate strategies requires coordinated and collaborative actions across Government and across sectors, to lower the morbidity and mortality associated with suicide and suicidal behaviour

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