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Safe messaging about suicide, mental illness and mental health

Description: Join Jodie Golden from the Public Health Agency of Canada and Dr. Jijian Voronka from the University of Windsor to learn how to safely talk about suicide and mental health. Information will be provided to help participants gain the confidence necessary to learn from people with lived experience and engage in safe and meaningful conversations around suicide and mental health.

Guest Speakers:

  • Jodie Golden, Senior Policy Analyst, Public Health Agency of Canada
  • Dr. Jijian Voronka, Assistant Professor, University of Windsor

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