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Canadian Research and Knowledge Translation Agenda on Suicide

The consultation is now closed.

Thank you for your interest in this initiative. The report on this initiative, including the final list of priorities for research and knowledge translation, will be available online by Fall 2018.

Thinking of suicide? There is help. Call 9-1-1 or get support from the Canada Suicide Prevention Service by phone, text or chat:

Phone: toll free 1-833-456-4566

Text: 45645

Chat: www.crisisservicescanada.ca

Quebec residents, call 1 866 APPELLE

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Thank you for contributing to the development of a Canadian research and knowledge translation agenda for suicide and its prevention. We invite you to answer this questionnaire and share ideas on important research questions and your preferred communication methods by July 5, 2018. The report on this initiative, including the final list of priorities for research and knowledge translation informed by your input, will be sent by email to everyone who registered to this consultation. You can register by clicking on the blue "Register" button on the right of this screen. The report will also be available online.

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Thank you for contributing to the development of a Canadian research and knowledge translation agenda for suicide and its prevention. We invite you to answer this questionnaire and share ideas on important research questions and your preferred communication methods by July 5, 2018. The report on this initiative, including the final list of priorities for research and knowledge translation informed by your input, will be sent by email to everyone who registered to this consultation. You can register by clicking on the blue "Register" button on the right of this screen. The report will also be available online.

You do not need to provide your name to answer the questionnaire and you are encouraged to do so anonymously, however we do ask a few questions to better understand and report back on the profile of participants. We ask that you only answer the questionnaire once.

If you have any technical questions, please contact Engagement HQ at support@engagementhq.com

For any other questions, please contact the Public Health Agency of Canada at PHAC.suicide.prevention-prevention.du.suicide.ASPC@canada.ca.

Prior to participating in these activities, please review the Privacy Notice for more information on your privacy rights.

Background information on this initiative is available here.