A Prioritized Research Agenda For Suicide Prevention: An Action Plan To Save Lives

Date: 2014
(For resources, this is the publication date. For programs, this is the date posted.)

Information

Type:  Report
Author:  Research Prioritization Task Force, National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention
Publisher:  National Institute of Mental Health and the Research Prioritization Task Force

The research agenda supports the Action Alliance’s overall mission of advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. It identifies research areas that – if carried out as recommended– show the most promise in helping us significantly reduce suicide attempts and deaths within the next five to ten years. To achieve that aim, the agenda calls for supporting the use of common measures to make it easier to share and combine data across studies, prioritize research with the greatest potential impact, and focus research on the highest-risk organizational settings and populations.

About Suicide:  Data and Statistics, Behavioral Health Disorders, Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior, Risk and Protective Factors, Warning Signs
Planning and Implementing:  Program Evaluation, Policy and Legislation