A College Suicide Prevention Model for American Indian Students

@article{Muehlenkamp2009ACS,
  title={A College Suicide Prevention Model for American Indian Students},
  author={Jennifer J Muehlenkamp and Sonia Marrone and Jacqueline S. Gray and Donna L. Brown},
  journal={Social Science Research Network},
  year={2009}
}
College student suicide prevention efforts are important to campus administrators and mental health professionals due to increasing concerns about managing suicidal students. This article describes the development and preliminary effectiveness of a campus suicide prevention program designed for American Indian (AI) students who are at highter risk for suicide compared with the general population. Using the medicine wheel as a guiding framework, the current prevention model integrates… 
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