Événements Séminaire IRSPUM: Community Mobilization for Alaska Native Suicide Prevention


Lisa Wexler
Community Health Education
School of Public Health and Health Science
University of Massachusetts


Although Indigenous youth suicide is a significant health inequity, there is limited research on how to address it in effective and respectful ways. Promoting Community Conversations About Research to End Suicide (PC CARES) is a promising way to do just that! Facilitated by local leaders, PC CARES shares practical research evidence with community members so that they can use it, strategically and in self-directed ways, to prevent suicide. PC CARES is a practical way to translate research to self-determined actions, and to build a community of practice within communities. The first pilot study documented gains in self-perceived knowledge, skills and attitudes toward suicide prevention (NIMH MH096884). Follow-up surveys showed increased prevention behaviour after attending two+ learning circles, and social network measures suggest that people “close to” PC CARES participants also increased their preventative actions when compared to others. Come learn how it works!


Sarah Fraser,professeure agrégée à l' École de psychoéducation de l'Université de Montréal et chercheuse régulière à l'IRSPUM.

Webdiffusion simultanée via la page d’accueil du site WEB de l’IRSPUM à compter de 12 h le jour de l’événement.

Date et heure

13 mars 2019


Salle 3165-02
7101, avenue du Parc
Montréal(QC)Canada H3N 1X9

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