Suicide among aboriginal people in Canada
Suicide Among Aboriginal People in Canada

Suicide among aboriginal people in Canada
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

Kirmayer, Laurence J., Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada).
"The aim in this report is to review and integrate the available research literature in order to better understand the origins of suicide and identify effective interventions. This report gives priority to studies of suicide among Aboriginal people in Canada including status and non-status Indians, Inuit, and Métis, in rural and urban settings" (Suicide Among Aboriginal People in Canada , "Introduction," pg.1)

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ch. 1 / Introduction -- ch. 2 / The epidemiology of suicide among Aboriginal people in Canada -- ch. 3 / Origins of suicide: Individual vulnerability and resilience -- ch. 4 / Origins of suicide: Social suffering and survival -- ch. 5 / What works in suicide prevention? -- ch. 6 / Conclusion: Understanding and preventing suicide -- App. A / Recommended suicide prevention and mental health promotion training programs -- App. B / Additional resources: Manuals and tool kits -- App. C / Additional resources: Organizations.
First Nations author.
Also available in electronic version.
Includes glossary.
Includes bibliographical references: p. 131-168.
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series.


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