antisuicide

antisuicide

(ˌæntɪˈsuːɪsaɪd)
adj
acting to prevent suicide
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At a Kirklees Council meeting they told councillors that an antisuicide project at the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco had halved the number of deaths.
Antisuicide properties of psychotropic drugs: a critical review.
conducted a search using the top five search engines in the USA with suicide-related search terms, and despite the suicide neutral and antisuicide pages, which occurred most frequently, the pro-suicide results accounted for up to 11.
The antisuicide effect of lithium is purported to act in part by decreasing aggression and impulsivity.
e lm still has a very antisuicide feel to it, and if anyone still wants to see the original version I'm sure it'll appear online.
The commissioner criticised the force earlier this year when a woman was restrained by two male officers while their female colleagues stripped her in a cell as they tried to put an antisuicide suit on her in 2008.
From the screened-in, antisuicide walkway along the edge of the bridge (no Bedlamite tilts there, in Hart Crane's phrase, no shrill shirts ballooning) one can see not only the "choiring strings" of the ever-inspirational Brooklyn Bridge, but also the stretch of water crossed by Whitman's Brooklyn ferry and perhaps Bartleby's actual wall (certainly many plausible stand-ins).
In a matter of months she's written, talked, and tweeted her way into becoming the most outspoken Republican advocate for gay rights, doing everything from a photo shoot on behalf of the No H8 campaign to raising money for the Trevor Project antisuicide hotline to acting as the keynote speaker at this year's Log Cabin Republicans convention.
Japan has one of the highest suicide rates in the world, and the government has earmarked more than pounds 150million for antisuicide projects, including programmes to help those with depression and other mental health problems.
Mr McTaggart added Government had also pledged pounds 3million to antisuicide measures.
Furthermore, a presentation exposes students to an antisuicide message; it provides intervention instructions to peers who are, in most cases, the first to encounter a suicidal peer (Lazear, Roggenbaum, & Blase, 2003); and it allows for a supervised discussion of related issues.
Perhaps the best known is the antisuicide clarion "Hold On," in which the singer implores a desperate teenager to remember that although your "mother's gone and your father hits you .
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