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Substance Use and Suicide among Youth: Prevention and Intervention Strategies

Description: Join Dr. Robyn McQuaid from the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) to learn about CCSA’s recent report, titled Substance Use and Suicide among Youth: Prevention and Intervention Strategies. Dr. McQuaid will touch on the relationship between substance use and suicide, youth at risk for suicide, and the prevention and intervention approaches to address youth suicide and substance use.

Guest Speakers:

Dr. Robyn McQuaid
Research and Policy Analyst
Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

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