The CRISE Documentation Centre contributes to the development
of research and facilitates access to information on suicide and euthanasia.
An important collection
The collection of over 10 000 documents includes articles
in scientific journals, books, conference proceedings, statistical reports,
dissertations, audio-visual material and unpublished documents, including descriptions of prevention programs. This vast and varied collection is evidence of CRISE's multidisciplinary nature. The Documentation
Centre has the largest collection of French-language documents on suicide
and euthanasia in the world and has a major collection of English material.
Each month, about one hundred fifty new documents are added to the Centre's collection.
The collection includes :
Services of the Documentation Centre
- more than 8 000 scientific articles;
- more than 800 reports, unpublished documents and conferences;
- more than 350 books (1500 chapters are listed in the data base);
- more than 120 descriptions of prevention programmes;
- more than 80 dissertations and theses;
- more than 30 video cassettes;
- regular collections of fifteen periodicals.
The Documentation Centre assists CRISE members and their
partners with their information and documentation needs. The Documentation
Centre is accessible to all people who are interested in suicide and euthanasia.
The services offered include :
- Consultation of documents;
- Search in specialized data bases;
- Bibliographies on specific themes;
- Information and statistics;
- Information kits of selected texts on special topics;
- A monthly bulletin of new additions.
* Some services are reserved exclusively for CRISE members.
Fees may also be required for some services.
Essential information before communicating with the Documentation
- The Documentation Centre is not an intervention centre. Please refer to
the “Links & Resources” section of this website.
- The Documentation Centre is not a part of the University du Québec à Montreal’s
- A photocopier is available on site.
- The Documentation Centre does not lend documents. Documents are for consultation
- Photocopies of documents are provided for research or personal use only
in accordance with copyright laws.
- CRISE is not responsible for the use of any documents or the information
in those documents.
- The Documentation Centre will reply to requests as soon as possible, but
up to ten to fifteen working days may sometimes be required.
- Visits to the Center are by appointment only.
To contact the Documentation Centre
Call : (514) 987-3000, # 1685
Or by e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org