The Prioritized Research Agenda supports the work of clinicians and care providers in this field to create a culture that no longer sees suicide as an unavoidable outcome, and to further improve risk identification, treatment, and prevention approaches to suicide reduction. It is important to note that this Prioritized Research Agenda includes research relevant to the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Clinical Care and Intervention Task Force document titled Suicide Care in Systems Framework.
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