Objectives: The RTI objectives are to:
- Provide both violence and injury prevention professionals and suicide researchers with a shared body of knowledge and skills in suicidology, public health and prevention, and relevant research methodologies;
- Create collaborative links between the injury and violence prevention and suicide research communities so that the perspectives, knowledge, and skills of each inform the work of the other; and
- Develop implementation plans for new research projects that will add to the knowledge base for suicide prevention.
2018 ICRC-S Research Training Institute
The Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention (ICRC-S) is pleased to announce that its fourth Research Training Institute (RTI) will take place on Monday, May 7th to Friday, May 11th, 2018 at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY.
The RTI is a five-day series of interactive workshops, presentations, mentoring and small group sessions designed to promote collaboration between suicide prevention researchers and those involved in suicide prevention practice. Faculty include staff from the University of Rochester Medical Center and other experts in the suicide prevention research field. Applicants will be selected through a competitive process that requires researchers and injury prevention/suicide prevention professionals to work as partners to submit one joint application describing a research project which focuses on public health approaches to suicide prevention. The application deadline is Friday, January 12, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. ET.
- Archived Webinar: An Overview of the Call for Applications
- RTI Community of Practice 2017–2018: Research and Practice Integration
2016 ICRC-S Research Training Institute
The ICRC-S held its third suicide prevention Research Training Institute (RTI) in Rochester, NY from Monday, April 18th to Friday, 2016 April 22nd, 2016.