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Sarah Tait

'Don’t stop the conversation about suicide' Subscription

16 August, 2018 By

You would think that dealing with patients who are suicidal, dealing with those who have been bereaved by suicide, or dealing with the aftermath of a patient who has died by suicide, would increase awareness of when it is about to occur or make the feelings that arise easier to manage.


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