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  1. Challenges and Recommendations for Evaluating Suicide Prevention Programs

    This document provides “lessons learned” about evaluation and data and surveillance collection from two separate virtual communities of learning (CoLs) for tribal and state Garrett Lee Smith (GLS) suicide prevention grant  evaluators. The report highlights evaluation and data challenges and recommendations, tribal and state-specific evaluation concerns, resources, and case studies...
  2. Suicide among Older Chinese Adults in the United States

    A study of Chinese people over the age of 60 in the greater Chicago area revealed that living alone, poor health, and an annual income under $5,000 were significantly associated with the lifetime prevalence of suicide attempts. The authors suggest that “older adults with a lower income level may experience...
  3. The Provider’s Handbook on Developing & Implementing Peer Roles

    Part of what makes implementing ‘peer’ roles so very challenging is that they aren’t very well understood by the providers who are trying to implement them, or even by the people who are applying to work in those newly created roles. All too often, positions that are getting called ‘peer’...
  4. Exceptional Outgroup Stereotypes and White Racial Inequality Attitudes toward Asian Americans

    A new study proves the model minority stereotype is alive and well on some American college campuses. For “Exceptional Outgroup Stereotypes and White Racial Inequality Attitudes Toward Asian Americans,” researchers combed data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Freshman, which polled students entering the college class of 1999. They used...