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News & Research

2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention: Goals and Objectives for Action:
A report of the U.S. Surgeon General and of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention
Current and upcoming research presentations and articles from GRASP
 

MacDonald, M. G., Connally, D., Hawley, L., & Wren, P. (2013). A socio-ecological approach to a campus-wide suicide 

prevention initiative. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Behavioral

 and Social Science, Las Vegas, NV.

Wren, P., MacDonald, M. G., Connally, D., Hawley, L., Wallace, E. H., & Wummel, B.

(accepted).  Development of a conceptual framework to guide a university

campus-wide suicide prevention initiative.  Poster presented

XXVII World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention,

Oslo, Norway.

Hawley, L. D., Wummel, B., Connally, D., MacDonald, M. G., Wren, P. A., & Wallace,

E. H. (accepted).  Unifying a college campus to prevent death by suicide and

related mental health issues.  Paper presentation at the Association for Counselor

Education and Supervision, Denver, CO.

Wummel, B., MacDonald, M. G., Connally, D., Hawley, L., Wallace, E., Wren, P.

 

(2014). College students’ perceived stigma about treatment for suicide related

 

problems. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Academy of 

 

Science, Arts, and Letters, Rochester, MI.

 

MacDonald, M. G., Connally, D., Wallace, E., Hawley, L., & Wren, P., & Wummel, B.

 

(2014). College students' knowledge about suicide information:

 

Implications for campus suicide prevention programming. Paper presented at the

 

annual meeting of the American Association of Behavioral and Social Science,

 

LasVegas, NV.


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Suicide Prevention Resource Center