Fonctionnement du CRISE
Since its founding in 1997, the Centre for Research and Intervention on Suicide and Euthanasia has held dialogue, integration and cooperation as core values. Researchers, practicioners, graduate students as well as the research staff, work on suicide prevention using an ecological approach.
CRISE members meet an average of four times per semester. These gatherings are a vital part of the centre's work, allowing members to present the results of their research, share knowledge, discuss projects under development, and benefit from shared experience.
Members appoint an executive to ensure the implementation of decisions taken in assembly.
The Board consists of three practitioners, three researchers and a student representative. These eight representatives are elected by the members to assist the director of the Centre and make decisions. These decisions are in turn ratified by the members' assembly.
The research personnel, along with the director, the assistant director, the research coordinator, the librarian, the secretary, and the communications director, support and carry out the Centre's activities.
In order to ensure that the research activities of CRISE maintain high scientific standards and to stimulate the development of cutting-edge research activities, an International Scientific Committee periodically reviews the activities of CRISE and its members.