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The continuum of "survivorship": definitional issues in the aftermath of suicide.
- J. Cerel, J. McIntosh, R. Neimeyer, M. Maple, D. Marshall
- Suicide & life-threatening behavior
- 1 December 2014
In light of prevailing confusion over the meaning of the term "suicide survivor," we propose a more exact terminology for designating different levels of impact on those left behind by suicide,… Expand
Exposure to suicide and identification as survivor. Results from a random-digit dial survey.
BACKGROUND There is little empirical evidence regarding lifetime exposure to suicide or identification of those impacted by suicide deaths. Studies previously conducted used only convenience samples.… Expand
Adolescent survivors after suicide: Australian young people’s bereavement narratives.
BACKGROUND While the research literature exploring suicide bereavement has expanded in recent years, this has been primarily quantitative and has focused more on the bereavement experience of parents… Expand
Silenced voices: hearing the stories of parents bereaved through the suicide death of a young adult child.
- M. Maple, H. Edwards, D. Plummer, V. Minichiello
- Psychology, Medicine
- Health & social care in the community
- 30 September 2009
The current paper reports findings from a qualitative research project that aimed to explore parents' experiences following the suicide death of their young adult child. Twenty-two Australian parents… Expand
Suicide and accidental death in Australia's rural farming communities: a review of the literature.
- Alison J. Kennedy, M. Maple, Kathy McKay, Susan Brumby
- Rural and remote health
- 20 February 2014
INTRODUCTION Australia's farmers constitute a heterogeneous group within the rural population. This literature review incorporates four broad areas: an understanding of farming communities, families… Expand
Suicidal ideation, suicide planning, and suicide attempts among adolescents in 59 low-income and middle-income countries: a population-based study.
- R. Uddin, N. Burton, M. Maple, Shanchita R Khan, A. Khan
- The Lancet. Child & adolescent health
- 1 April 2019
BACKGROUND Suicide is a major global health challenge and a leading cause of death among adolescents, but research related to suicide has concentrated on high-income countries. We aimed to estimate… Expand
Still part of the family: The importance of physical, emotional and spiritual memorial places and spaces for parents bereaved through the suicide death of their son or daughter
Research undertaken to explain the experience of those bereaved by suicide has gained momentum over the past decade. This increase in activity assists those seeking to support people bereaved by… Expand
Navigating the Challenges of Trauma Counselling: How Counsellors Thrive and Sustain Their Engagement
Abstract This qualitative study explored the factors that help counsellors exposed to indirect trauma thrive personally and professionally, and sustain their engagement in trauma counselling work.… Expand
Blended Learning in Rural Social Work Education: Reflections from a New Australian Bachelor of Social Work Course
This paper explores the developmental stages and phases of a new blended learning social work course at a rural Australian university. The background to the development of the discipline will be… Expand
Exposure to Suicide in the Community: Prevalence and Correlates in One U.S. State
- J. Cerel, M. Maple, Judy van de Venne, Melinda M. Moore, C. Flaherty, Margaret M Brown
- Public health reports
- 1 January 2016
Objective. Suicide has been identified as a major public health issue. Exposure to suicide (i.e., knowing someone who died by suicide) is far more pervasive than previously considered and might be… Expand