Save.Me: Singapore’s first national survey on suicide (with Prof. Rosie Ching)

Save.Me: Singapore’s first national survey on suicide (with Prof. Rosie Ching)

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As part of Save.Me (https://www.screeningstatistics.com/saveme/), Prof. Rosie Ching and her students interviewed almost 3,000 folks in Singapore for the country’s first national survey on sucide. We ask her about the suicide stigma index, the key findings, as well as relevant policy and practice directions.

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This episode is part of “Making Research Sense” series of the podcast’s fifth season (https://socialservice.sg/podcast/). The feature photo is by Ng Shi Wen.

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