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Preventing Suicide in England: Two Years On

UK Department of Health Country Resources Suicide Prevention Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services United Kingdom 19 February 2015 Policy document

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This report summarises the latest trends, research and developments on suicide prevention in England.

The report:

- Calls on services to be more ambitious about suicide prevention, and challenge the assumption that suicide is inevitable.

- Highlights 3 areas in England that have already adopted a zero suicide ambition.

- Outlines how services can improve by adopting this new attitude and effective interventions.

The annual report has been prepared with the input of leading experts in the field of suicide prevention, including the members of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy Advisory Group.


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