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Military Suicide Prevention: Report Prepared for NATO Leadership

STO-TR-HFM-218

In accordance with the World Health Organization 2014 report, Preventing Suicide: A Global Imperative, the Human Factors and Medicine (HFM), Research Task Group (RTG) 218 Technical Report underscores that military suicide prevention must be recognized globally as a top-priority public health issue. This report’s objectives are threefold: (1) to disseminate knowledge about current military suicide surveillance across countries; (2) to promote a global strategy for systematic, standardized, and continuing military suicide surveillance efforts; and (3) to contribute to the understanding, further examination, development, and dissemination of best practices in military suicide prevention. This multinational collaboration is an important first step towards promoting a global public health strategy for combating military suicide. A new task group, RTG HFM-277 (Leadership Tools for Suicide Prevention), has been formed to continue this international effort.

Published6/18/2018
STOAuthorExternalMultiple
STOPublicationTypeTechnical Report RDP
Publication_ReferenceSTO-TR-HFM-218
DOI10.14339/STO-TR-HFM-218
ISBNISBN 978-92-837-2057-7
STOPublisherSTO
AccessOpen Access
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