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The Scottish Government Suicide Prevention National Action Plan 2018: every life matters

Scottish Government Population Health Directorate Country Resources Suicide Prevention Scotland 9 August 2018 Policy document

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The Scottish Government aim to reduce the suicide rate by 10% from 2017 by 2022. To achieve this they have 10 'actions' such as setting up and funding a National Suicide Prevention Group and funding fresh suicide prevention training.


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