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Shoulder to Shoulder: Experiences in Men’s Suicide Prevention

Gender is one of many contributing factors in suicide. While women more frequently attempt suicide, men die by suicide more often, accounting for 75% of suicide deaths in Canada each year. To better understand how to prevent men’s suicide, webinar panel members discuss their lived experience; successful research, programs, and community initiatives; and what’s needed to advance efforts in men’s suicide prevention.

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention in Men (Evidence Brief)

Men’s Mental Health and Suicide in Canada (Key Takeaways)

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