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Programme National d’Actions Contre le Suicide, 2011-2014 (French National Program Against Suicide, 2011-2014)

France Ministry of Labour, Employment and Health Country Resources Suicide Prevention France 0 0000 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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This policy is a national program of action to prevent suicide in France. It includes 49 measures grouped into six areas: development of prevention strategies, improving the management of suicidal risk, information and communication about mental health and suicide prevention, professional training, research and development studies, and monitoring and facilitation of national program.

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