Youth Suicide Prevention Research

The Youth Suicide Prevention Research Team aims to
Improving our understanding of what makes young people suicidal
and to identify modifiable protective factors
to help them achieve a life worth living.

Based at McGill University, Montreal (Qc), Canada,
it is led by Dr. Marie-Claude Geoffroy.

Canada Research Chair (Tier-2) in Youth Suicide Prevention

Dr. Geoffroy’s Canada Research Chair in Youth Suicide Prevention studies the development of suicidal risk and identify modifiable protective factors that build resilience. Her research is motivated by the fact that 1 in 10 youth will have seriously thought about suicide before reaching adulthood.  Suicide is a leading cause of mortality across the lifespan, ranking 2nd in young people.

The research team analyzes data from large samples of individuals followed from birth to adulthood and tests the effectiveness of preventive interventions.

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Video abstract for Early Childhood Factors Associated With Peer Victimization
Abstract vidéo de notre article sur la cybervictimisation

Questions-réponses avec Dre Marie-Claude Geoffroy et Léa Perret pour introduire et démystifier de possibles inquiétudes chez les parents concernant la cybervictimisation. Les deux chercheures se basent sur les résultats de leur étude publiée le 4 février 2020 dans le Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, intitulée « Cybervictimization in adolescence and its association with subsequent suicidal […]

Miami 2019 International Summit on Suicide Research

Our team was in Miami for the 2019 International Summit on Suicide Research.

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Find out why you should build in a daily walk into your work routine in the latest article on Dire Ed.

http://dire-ed.com/2020/09/24/the-benefits-of-a-daily-walk/

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Meet our Latest Canada #Research Chair

Dr. Marie-Claude Geoffroy
Researcher in the McGill Group for #Suicide Studies
Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University

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Nonmedical use of opioids by Ontario teens linked to suicidality. New @APEAL_Lab research led by @h_sampasa in @sppejournal: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00127-020-01958-x

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Need Help?

If you need support or have suicidal thoughts,
you can communicate with…
In Quebec
Info-Social: call 811
Suicide Action: 1 866 277-3553
For all Canada
Crisis Services Canada
In the US
National Hopeline Network
1-800-273-8255
Elsewhere in the world
Consult the directory of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP)


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