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RQSHA members contribute to "Protective factors of suicidal behaviour in child psychiatry"

Canadian Journal of PsychiatryMany members of the Network have contributed to the  Canadian Journal of Psychiatry special edition on "Protective factors of suicidal behaviour in child psychiatry" published in February 2015.  

Read contributions of Réal Labelle,  Jean-Jacques Breton, Martin Gignac, Jean-Marc Guilé, Valentin Mbekou and Johanne Renaud in this special edition, available online on the CPA website:

 http://publications.cpa-apc.org/

Brain Bank featured on Tele-Québec

Watch a feature about the Douglas Bell Canada Brain Bank tonight, February 5 2015  at 7 PM on Télé-Québec.   The segment will air on the “Une pilule une petite granule” television show, and is titled : “Banque de cerveaux : pour étudier le suicide”.

Neuroscience for Mental Health Winter 2015 Seminar Schedule

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The schedule for the winter Seminar series is out!  View it here: SeminarsWinter2015-Calendar.pdf

Congratulations to Andreea Adelina Artenie - Student research prize from the Canadian Association of Suicide Prevention

Andreea Adelina Artenie receives prize from Johanne Renaud

The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention recently announced they awarded the Student Research Prize to Andreea Adelina Artenie, who is supervised Dr. Dider Jutras-Aswad.  On the picture Adelina, on the left, receives her award from Professor Johanne Renaud.

This research, supported by the RQSHA network, was published in the journal  Drugs & Addictions, and is titled: "Associations of substance use patterns with attempted suicide among persons who inject drugs: Can distinct use patterns play a role?".

Link to original research article:

Save the dates: IASR / AFSP International Summit on Suicide Prevention NYC Oct 11 - 15 2015

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SAVE THE DATES

IASR/AFSP International Summit on Suicide Research

October 11-14, 2015 • Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City

Preventing Suicide: Progress through Research

The Douglas Bell Canada Brain Bank is awarded over $ 2M by Brain Canada

The Douglas Bell Canada Brain Bank will receive $2,028,000 in new funds under the Canada Brain Research Fund, half being provided by the Government of Canada and half provided by donors. This Brain Canada Platform Support Grant was obtained thanks to the support of several partners including Bell Canada, Santé , Économie, Innovation et Exportation Québec, the Réseau Québécois sur le suicide, les troubles de l’humeur et les troubles associés (FRQ-S), the Douglas Institute and Foundation.

Preventing suicide - A global imperative WHO

Suicide report WHO

The World Health Organization recently published its first report on the issue of suicide.  
Excerpt from the introduction:

This report is the first WHO publication of its kind and brings together what is known in a convenient form so that immediate actions can be taken. The report aims to increase the awareness of the public health significance of suicide and suicide attempts and to make suicide prevention a higher priority on the global public health agenda.

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