A systematic review of suicide prevention interventions targeting indigenous peoples in Australia, United States, Canada and New Zealand
journal contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by A Clifford, Christopher DoranChristopher Doran, K Tsey
Background: Indigenous peoples of Australia, Canada, United States and New Zealand experience disproportionately high rates of suicide. As such, the methodological quality of evaluations of suicide prevention interventions targeting these Indigenous populations should be rigorously examined, in order to determine the extent to which they are effective for reducing rates of Indigenous suicide and suicidal behaviours. This systematic review aims to: 1) identify published evaluations of suicide prevention interventions targeting Indigenous peoples in Australia, Canada, United States and New Zealand; 2) critique their methodological quality; and 3) describe their main characteristics.
Number of Pages12
PublisherBioMed Central Ltd
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External Author AffiliationsInstitute for Urban Indigenous Health; James Cook University; TBA Research Institute; University of Newcastle;