Since the celebration of our 10th anniversary in 2012, the Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention (CSRP) has undergone tremendous growth can capacity building in the past three years. In this first e-newsletter, we are proud to share with you our latest works. Read more here.
During 2015, the Centre has extended its surveillance work, suicide prevention efforts, and community engagement activities, including work with young people, and collaboration with internet search engines to help those most in need to access crisis services. Read more.
The education team has had a remarkable year in 2015. Web programs for mental health have been rolled out in schools, and mindfulness and art therapy programs are also being introduced. Read more.
In 2014 the Centre was commissioned to examine the relationship between poverty and suicide (and wellbeing). With Hong Kong a victim of high levels of inequality, the issue is a particularly pressing one for the city. CSRP continued through 2015 to inform policymakers on interventions to improve the wellbeing of citizens through poverty alleviation. Read more.
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