Suicide prevention peer-reviewed papers

Below you will find a selection of peer-reviewed papers authored and co-authored by staff at Everymind related to our work in suicide prevention.

If you are interested in learning more about any of the papers below, please contact us.

Jane Tze Yn Lim, Qijin Cheng, Yin Ping Ng, Kai Shuen Pheh, Ravivarma Rao Panirselvam, Kok Wai Tay, Joanne Bee Yin Lim, Wen Li Chan, Amer Siddiq Amer Nordin, Hazli Zakaria, Sara Bartlett, Jaelea Skehan, Ying-Yeh Chen, Paul Siu Fai Yip, Shamsul Azhar Shah and Lai Fong Chan (2021). Effectiveness of a Malaysian Media Intervention Workshop: Safe Reporting on Suicide. Frontiers in Psychology 12.

Jaelea Skehan, Elizabeth Paton and Ross Tynan (2020). The uptake of evidence-informed guidelines for reporting suicide into media codes of practice and policies in Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. 31: 482– 490.

Katie McGill, Sue Hackney and Jaelea Skehan (2019). Information needs of people after a suicide attempt: A thematic analysis. Patient Education and Counseling. January.

Jo Robinson, Eleanor Bailey, Sarah Hetrick, Steve Paix, Matt O'Donnell, Georgina Cox, Maria Ftanou, Jaelea Skehan (2017). Developing Social Media-Based Suicide Prevention Messages in Partnership With Young People: Exploratory Study. JMIR Mental Health. October.

Jane Pirkis, R. Warwick Blood, Annette Beautrais, Philip Burgess and Jaelea Skehan (2006). Media Guidelines on the Reporting of Suicide. Crisis. 27(2): 82-87.

Lynette Sheridan Burns, Lisa Reardon, Karen Vincent and Trevor Hazell (2001). Are journalism educators ‘Response Able’? Australian Journalism Review. 23(2): 105-117.

Philip Hazell, Trevor Hazell, Trevor Waring and Ketrina Sly (1999). A survey of suicide prevention curricula taught in Australian universities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. 33(2).

Lynette Sheridan-Burns and Trevor Hazell (1999). Problem based learning, youth suicide and the media’s response ability. Asia Pacific Monitor. 6: 56-71.

Lynette Sheridan-Burns and Trevor Hazell (1998). Response…Ability: Youth suicide and the National University Curriculum Project. Australian Journalism Review. 20(2): 111-128.

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