The work of the RPTF provides those bereaved as a result of suicide loss, suicide attempt survivors, those at risk, and all concerned family members and friends an opportunity to be better informed about the research necessary to reduce the public health burden of suicide in the U.S. This can be the foundation for individual efforts to educate and inform both public and private entities, whose support is needed to accomplish the RPTF’s vital primary objective.
Why is this Prioritized Research Agenda important?
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