Preventing and Responding to Student Suicide

A Practical Guide for FE and HE Settings
 
 
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • erschienen am 18. November 2021
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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978-1-78775-419-5 (ISBN)
 
This practical book covers issues related to suicide risk, prevention and postvention in Higher and Further Education communities. Compiled by 37 experts, it is an authoritative guide to an issue that is causing increasingly large concern for FE and HE institutions and covers multiple evidence-backed approaches with a pragmatic focus. It is the first that specifically deals with student suicide in FE Colleges and universities, encouraging a holistic, institutional response.
Chapters are split into three sections, beginning with understanding and preventing student suicide among students, followed by responses to risk, including a model for student prevention in HE settings. The book concludes with the response to student death by suicide with advice on postvention, and how to support bereaved family, staff, and students.
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  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
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978-1-78775-419-5 (9781787754195)

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Jo Smith BSc., MSc., PhD., is an Emeritus Professor of Early Intervention and Psychosis at University of Worcester. She a Clinical Psychologist by profession, with 34 years NHS clinical experience. Jo co-authored the 'International Declaration on Zero Suicide in Healthcare', published in 2015. She was a member of national UUK working groups which produced '#Stepchange: Mental health in Higher Education', 'Minding Our Future' and 'Suicide-Safer Universities' guidance.
Sharon Mallon BSc, PhD, SFHEA, is a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health in the Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies at The Open University. She was awarded a PhD for her qualitative study of the impact of student suicide from the perspective of their friends and was one of the authors of the RaPSS study (Response and Prevention in Student Suicide).
  • Intro
  • Preventing and Responding to Student Suicide
  • Cover
  • Of related interest
  • Titel page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Foreword by Rosie Tressler, OBE
  • Editorial
  • Jo Smith and Sharon Mallon
  • Part 1: Understanding and Preventing Suicide among Students
  • 1. The Problem of Suicide in the Higher Education Institution Sector
  • Joanna McLaughlin and David Gunnell
  • 2. Suicide Prevention in Further Education (FE)
  • Kate Parker and Jo Smith
  • Section 1: Risk
  • 3. Student Suicide Risk: Factors Affecting Suicidal Behaviour in Students in Northern Ireland
  • Margaret McLafferty and Siobhan O'Neill
  • 4. Student Suicide: The Policy Context
  • Diana Beech, Sally Olohan and James Murray
  • 5. The Influence of Social Media on Suicidal Behaviour among Students
  • Rachel Cohen and Lucy Biddle
  • 6. From Suicidal Thoughts to Behaviour: Theoretical Perspectives on Student Suicide
  • Katie Dhingra, Peter J. Taylor and E. David Klonsky
  • 7. Transitions and Student Suicide: The Role of Higher and Further Education Sectors
  • Katie Rigg and Ellen Mahoney
  • 8. The Integrated Motivational-Volitional (IMV) Model and Suicide Risk in Students: The Role of Perfectionism
  • Dr Seonaid Cleare, Dave Sandford, Heather McClelland, Tiago Zortea and Rory O'Connor
  • 9. Suicide Clusters and Contagion in the HE and FE Student Population
  • Ann John
  • Section 2: Responses to Risk
  • 10. A Model for Student Suicide Prevention in Higher Education
  • Treasa Fox and Jo Smith
  • 11. How Can We Support Staff to Talk Safely about Suicide?
  • Clare Dickens and Stuart Guy
  • 12. Supporting Student Mental Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education
  • Mark Ames
  • 13. How Can We Talk Safely about Suicide with Students?
  • Katie Stafford and Jo Smith
  • 14. Supporting Students: The Role of the NHS
  • Clare Dickens
  • 15. Supporting Students: The Parents' Perspective
  • Natalie Day
  • 16. Suicide Safety Planning with Students
  • Carmen Betterridge and Alys Cole-King
  • Part 2: Responding to Student Death by Suicide
  • 17. Responding to Student Suicide A Student Services Perspective
  • Nic Streatfield
  • 18. Responding to Family Needs after a Student Suicide
  • David Mosse
  • 19. Student Suicide: Responding to the Needs of Bereaved Students
  • Deirdre Flynn
  • 20. Responding to the Needs of Staff Impacted by a Student Suicide
  • Hilary Causer
  • 21. Understanding and Responding to Bereavement after a Suicide
  • Sharon Mallon
  • 22. Suicide Postvention in Higher Education Settings
  • Karl Andriessen and Karolina Krysinska
  • 23. Media Portrayal of Suicide Who Is Most at Risk and Why - Key Findings from International Research Evidence
  • Lorna Fraser
  • Subject Index
  • Author Index

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