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Bristol University: Suicide and the Internet Policy Report

Minimising the risks of the internet while harnessing its potential for good is one of the most significant merging challenges for suicide prevention. This research explored how people with suicidal feelings use the internet, and its impact on their suicidal behaviour.

Priorities for Suicide Prevention: Balancing the Risks and Opportunities of Internet Use

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Published by: University of Bristol
First published: July 2016

View highlights from the May 2017 Connecting for Life Symposium which focused on research

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