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The Choose Life national programme at NHS Health Scotland funded a programme of work aimed at supporting people bereaved by suicide through the development of national guidance, enhancing training and resources.

Choose Life Coordinators, suicide prevention trainers and local and national partners were motivated and inspired by the latest Suicide Prevention Forum held on the 3rd March in Edinburgh. Here are the presentations which were given on the day.

Choose Life national project: The Choose Life national programme at NHS Health Scotland funded a programme of work aimed at supporting people bereaved by suicide through the development of national guidance, enhancing training and resources.

This is a two-part evidence-informed guide that aims to assist local areas to plan suicide prevention interventions in rural areas. The planning tool needs to be used in conjunction with the reference document, which sets out the evidence-based approach and case study examples.

Glasgow multi-agency guidance

Monday 1 February 2016

These multi-agency guidelines aim to support staff across all partner agencies to provide a caring and appropriate response to children and young people experiencing emotionaldistress and who may be at risk of self-harm or have thoughts of suicide.

The document has been developed to encompass guidance for staff for both self-harm and suicide in a single document.

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