Supporting fact sheets

Supporting fact sheets

The following fact sheets have been developed to support and expand on some of the facts, tips and issues raised in the Conversations Matter resources.

To download the fact sheets, click on the PDF links below.

 

Supporting Fact Sheet: Risk factors and warning signs

This fact sheet provides information on how to determine if someone is thinking about suicide, including some of the warning signs, tipping points and signs of imminent risk. 

Supporting Fact Sheet: Myths and facts about suicide

This fact sheet debunks some of the myths about suicide and provides factual information to increase awareness and understanding.

Supporting Fact Sheet: Suicide and the media

This fact sheets provides information on how media generally report suicide, what guidelines are in place and the influence of media on how communities discuss suicide.

Supporting Fact Sheet: How to talk to media about suicide

Whether you're sharing a personal experience, asked to do an interview, or want to promote suicide prevention, this fact sheet provides tips on ways to talk to media about suicide.

Supporting Fact Sheet: How to talk to media about suicide Supporting Fact Sheet: How to talk to media about suicide (323 KB)

Supporting Fact Sheet: Suicide and the media Supporting Fact Sheet: Suicide and the media (281 KB)

Supporting Fact Sheet: Risk factors and warning signs Supporting Fact Sheet: Risk factors and warning signs (696 KB)

Supporting Fact Sheet: Myths and facts about suicide Supporting Fact Sheet: Myths and facts about suicide (239 KB)

 

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