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- Examining the Interaction Between Suicidal Behaviors and Intimate Partner Violence among a Sample of Males Receiving Services from the Veterans Health Administration
- Examining the Intersection Between Suicidal Behaviors and Intimate Partner Violence Among a Sample of Males Receiving Services From the Veterans Health Administration
- Exposure to Prescription Drugs Labeled for Risk of Adverse Effects of Suicidal Behavior or Ideation among 100 Air Force Personnel who died by suicide, 2006-2009
- Focus on Firearm Safety: Resource Guide (CSN)
- Forging an Agenda for Suicide Prevention in the United States
- Get Connected: Linking Older Adults with Medication, Alcohol, and Mental Health Resources
- Guide to Engaging the Media in Suicide Prevention (SPAN USA and SPRC)
- Impact of Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training on the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Implementation and Early Utilization of a Suicide Hotline for Veterans
- Implementation Assessment of Widely Used but Understudied Prevention Programs: An Illustration from the Common Sense Parenting Trial
- Indian Health Service American Indian/Alaska Native Suicide Prevention
- Influences on call outcomes among Veteran callers to the National Veterans Crisis Line
- Information and Support After a Suicide Attempt: A Department of Veterans Affairs Resource Guide for Family Members of Veterans Who Are Coping with Suicidality
- Is It Ethical to Enroll Suicidal Patients in Clinical Research?
- Is the War Really Over? A 20-year Longitudinal Study on Trajectories of Suicidal Ideation and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Following Combat
- Locating and Understanding Data for Suicide Prevention – An SPRC Online Course
- Major Depressive Episode and Treatment among Adolescents: 2009 (SAMHSA)
- Man Therapy (Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention and Carson J. Spencer Foundation)
- Means Matter (Harvard School of Public Health)
- Mental Disorder Comorbidity and Suicide Among 2.96 Million Men Receiving Care in the Veterans Health Administration Health System