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March 22, 2006
Extra Copies of Youth Issue Now Available to States, Communities and Coalitions At Grant-Funded Reduced Cost
Due to strong response to and demand for the most recent youth-themed issue of Advancing Suicide Prevention, themed to "Schools and Suicide: The role of schools in protecting vulnerable youths," additional copies have been printed.
February 1, 2006
Non-Profit Foundation Assumes Publisher Status For Groundbreaking Strategic Health Policy Magazine
Advancing Suicide Prevention will be published by a nonprofit foundation, magazine representatives announced today.
January 31, 2006
Role of Schools in Protecting Vulnerable, Troubled and Mentally Ill Youths From Suicide is Explored
Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among youth populations in some states; third-leading cause for youth nationwide.
January 30, 2006
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network Raise Awareness of Youth Depression, Suicide Among Healthy Policy Leaders Throughout the State
Companies partner with national health policy magazine to combat suicide as the Number 3 killer of children in Michigan.
November 15, 2005
Wisconsin Foundation Forges Educational Alliance With National Policy Magazine To Combat Youth Suicide in the State
Charles E. Kubly Foundation and Advancing Suicide Prevention magazine partner to combat suicide as the Number 2 killer of children in Wisconsin.
August 11, 2005
Suicide the Second Leading Cause of Death in States With Primarily Rural Populations
Senators John McCain, Byron Dorgan and their work to stave off soaring suicides among Native American youths highlighted in latest issue of Advancing Suicide Prevention magazine.
May 3, 2005
Second Round of Appointments Announced to Editorial Board of Advancing Suicide Prevention™ Magazine
Advancing Suicide Prevention (www.advancingsp.com), launching this month with its premiere issue on the Public Health Peril of Suicide, is pleased to announce the second round of appointments to the magazine's Editorial Advisory Board. They are prominent professionals, many known internationally in their respective fields, and representing diverse at-risk populations and constituencies impacting suicide prevention across the lifespan.
March 10, 2005
The Suicide Prevention Action Network (SPAN USA) today announced a strategic alliance with Advancing Suicide Prevention
a new strategic health policy magazine for professionals in all arenas impacting prevention of suicide and self-harm. The educational alliance brings SPAN USA Premier Partnership status with the magazine. It also supportsthe mission and objectives of both SPAN USA and Advancing Suicide Prevention to bring knowledge andbest practices in suicide prevention to multidisciplinary audiences in public health, youth, corrections, educational, pastoral, geriatric, social work and other relevant arenas.
February 7, 2005
Prominent health professionals named to editoral board of Advancing Suicide Prevention Magazine
a strategic mental health policy magazine launching in 2005, is pleased to announce the first round of appointments to the magazine's Editorial Advisory Board. They are prominent professionals, many known internationally in their respective fields, and include the “father of cognitive therapy” Aaron T. Beck, M.D, and world-renowned expert David Lester, Ph.D., author of more than 75 books and over 2,000 research papers on suicide and related topics. (Download 1.2 mb .pdf)