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Sharing knowledge about current research into male mental health and suicide prevention can only help to contribute to putting male suicide prevention into the national spotlight.
The Australian Men's Health Forum's report Giving Men a Hand: The case for a male suicide prevention strategy calls on the Government to develop a national plan to prevent male suicide.
This page is the start of a collation of recent male suicide and mental health research articles, papers and research reports, to support building the evidence base around male suicide prevention policy.
The Buoy Project is a research collaboration that addresses the evidence gap in effective suicide prevention interventions for boys and men in Australia. The Buoy Project is a collaboration between five universities and 14 community organisations with a commitment to preventing male suicide.
This project aims to test how well a smartphone app helps men in the Hunter Region of NSW cope in the aftermath of a suicide attempt.
This project seeks to understand the diverse group of people go through suicidal crisis but do not seek professional support. Men are a subgroup involved in this research. The goal is to codesign a new model of care that reduces suicidal distress for those who are ‘under the radar’.
Strengthening men’s social connections and understanding more about what male depression ‘looks like’ could be key steps to engage men with services to reduce male suicide.
Aimed at developing initiatives to reduce the suicide rate and mental health issues in working age Australian men.
Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP): Suicidal Behaviors in Men: Determinants and Prevention in Australia
This report investigates suicidal behaviour in Australian men, presenting current research on factors behind male vulnerability to suicide, how male suicides can be prevented, and activities currently undertaken that aim to reduce suicidal behaviours.