Suicide in the media
Suicide in the media – guidelines, publicity, and influence
In 2008, WHO and IASP published Preventing suicide: a resource for media professionals, which is a guideline for sound reporting on completed and attempted suicides. An updated guideline has been published in June 2017.
The purpose of the project is to examine if current coverage comply with the recommended guidelines and if publicity create increased activities on the Centre’s website.
Analysis of media publicity on suicide, attempted suicide and suicidal behaviour as well as analysis of tracking data on the Centre’s homepage prior to, during and after coverage.
For further information, please contact Academic Associate, MA. Trine Banke d’Andrade on email firstname.lastname@example.org.