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Implementation of good practices in suicide prevention in Quebec — an innovative project

Description: This French webinar allows participants to learn about the implementation of good practices in suicide prevention in Quebec: an innovative project. Dr. Julie Lane will touch on the suicide prevention initiatives in Quebec, the winning conditions for changing practices, and their impacts on suicide prevention.

Guest Speakers:

  • Dr. Julie Lane,
    Assistant to the director and manager of the library and advanced practices of the CIUSSS Estrie
  • Kim Basque,
    Training coordinator at the Association Québécoise en prévention du suicide (AQPS)

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