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How can we provide better support for people bereaved by suicide?
Sharon McDonnell @SJMcDonn shares what she learnt on her Churchill Fellowship > https://bit.ly/2m3nI3a
850 people from 53 countries - experts through experience, academics, practitioners, people committed to tackling the pain of suicide- we are meeting in Derry - there is hope - out of the darkness #IASP2019 @NMHC pic.twitter.com/4AIpzLBFw1
A great overview from @MuradMKhan to kick off #IASP2019
He reminds us that it is foolish to view suicide as a single issue. If we are to prevent suicide across the world we must address social deprivation, inequalities, poverty and discrimination.pic.twitter.com/OJq9qkREgN
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