“Suicidality is a significant public health problem internationally that results in morbidity, loss of individual life, potential grief to loved ones, and significant healthcare expenditure. In this course, you will learn the historical and contemporary theories of suicide, the neurobiology of suicidality, the current evidence-base as well as innovations in assessment and suicide prevention. The emphasis in the course is on the integration of policy, person-centred practices and care, and community partnerships in suicide prevention”.
- Enrolled in Program AR503, AR602, SC514 or SC546
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Online: Semester 1, Semester 2
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- Band 2A
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- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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