If you or someone you know, is experiencing a suicidal crisis, or if you have been left bereaved by suicide, please contact one of these numbers.
CRISE is an interdisciplinary research centre at the Université du Québec à Montréal, with more than forty researchers, practitioners, doctoral and post-doctoral students from four universities and twenty institutions and community organizations in Quebec.
The objective of CRISE activities is to reduce suicide and suicidal behaviours and to reduce the negative consequences of suicide.
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XXVII World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) - Oslo (Norway), Sept. 24 to 28, 2013
Tousignant, Michel, Morin, Nathalie, & Vitenti, Livia. (2013). Aboriginal youth suicide in Quebec: The contribution of public policy for prevention. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. (in press)
Burrows, Stephanie, Auger, N., Tamambang, L., & Barry, A. D. (in press). Suicide mortality gap between Francophones and Anglophones of Quebec, Canada. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.
Mishara, Brian L., & Chagnon, François. (2011). Understanding the relationship between mental illness and suicide and the implications for suicide prevention. In R. C. O'Connor, S. Platt & J. Gordon (Eds.), International Hand-book of Suicide Prevention: Research, Policy and Practice (pp. 609-623). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Burrows, Stephanie, Auger, N., Gamache, P., St-Laurent, Danielle, & Hamel, D. (2011). Influence of social and material individual and area deprivation on suicide mortality among 2.7 million Canadians: A prospective study. BMC Public Health, 11(1), 577.
Pouliot, Louise, Mishara, Brian L., & Labelle, Réal. (2011). The Werther effect reconsidered in light of psychological vulnerabilities: Results of a pilot study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 134(1-3), 488-496.
Brian Mishara, professor at the Psychology Department of UQAM and director of the Centre for Research and Intervention on Suicide and Euthanasia (CRISE) has just received an important 2.5 million grant from the Public Health Agency of Canada to “develop and implement a mental health promotion programme based upon coping mechanisms for primary school children”. (May 13, 2011)