Effective School Policies on Bullying May Lower Suicide Risk Among Youth

ETR Associates BLOG posted January 25, 2018, 
written by Epidemiologist Teresa McGeeney, REACH Evaluation

I am a suicide prevention researcher. One of my early experiences in the field ultimately led me to a powerful conclusion. When schools (1) put effective, evidence-based anti-bullying polices in place, (2) make sure students know how to report bullying, and (3) ensure responses to these reports are perceived by students to be effective, schools are likely to see fewer suicide attempts among their students. 

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