Developed by the University of Calgary, the Suicide Awareness and Prevention Framework is based on the Campus Mental Health Strategy’s vision to create a caring campus community. The framework focuses on long-term system-wide transformation toward safer suicide care for students using seven key goals with the mission to prevent all suicides. The framework focuses on responsiveness and reflects principles within the Zero Suicide Framework created by the Zero Suicide Institute and the Suicide Prevention Resource Centre.
Nov 12, 2020 | University of Calgary
Searching for Hope from Minds Steeped in Hopelessness: What Predicts, Prevents and Heals a Suicidal MindJun 22, 2020 | University of Toronto Scarborough
This presentation provides insights into suicidal behaviour from existing literature and surveys in post-secondary settings as well as insights from a study on the correlates and predictors or suicidal behaviours. The presentation also highlights who improves and what facilitates improvement, treatment and how many see treatment and engagement.
Jun 18, 2019 | University of Calgary
In this session, a panel of speakers shared the University of Calgary’s approach to handling student deaths. Each member of the panel presented on an aspect of broader policy, communication and clinical response or practice.
Presentation slides available for download.