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|Title:||Research beyond biomedical confines: towards better mental health and well-being for all|
|Keywords:||Mental health;Mental disorder;Suicide prevention;Collaborative research;Mixed-methods research|
|Citation:||Teoh, J. Y. and Lim, K. H. (2019) “Research beyond biomedical confines: towards better mental health and well-being for all”, Neuroscience Research Notes, 2(4), pp. 1-4|
|Abstract:||Working Together to Prevent Suicide’ is the theme of World Mental Health Day 2019. According to the World Health Organisation, suicide is the second leading cause of death for people aged 15-19 years old. One person dies of suicide every 40 seconds, with this form of death affecting people of all age groups in all countries. Hence in line with this year’s theme calling for a trans-sectoral and interdisciplinary approach to address this epidemic, we would like to invite all contributors and readers of Neuroscience Research Notes (NeurosciRN) to take a moment to reflect on how they - as researchers can contribute towards the facilitation, discussion and promotion of positive mental health, which in turn has been found to reduce suicide risk.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers|
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