National Suicide Prevention Leadership Group COVID-19 Statement
COVID-19 Statement by the National Suicide Prevention Leadership Group (NSPLG), including recommendations on pandemic specific priorities.
The purposes of this statement by Scotland’s National Suicide Prevention Leadership Group are to set out the current position in respect of Scotland’s Suicide Prevention Action Plan; to explain how that plan has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and recommend what pandemic-specific priorities should now be promoted; and to make a recommendation that we build on the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic to create a long term suicide prevention strategy for Scotland.
Recommendation: Priorities for Pandemic-Related Suicide Prevention Action 2 page PDF, 119.4 KB
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