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Self-harm and suicide in young people: the role of new media

In the first Series paper, Self-harm and suicide in adolescents, researchers in the UK examine existing research to look at the connections between self-harm and suicide in young people. Original article

27 Jun 2012

Sports to ditch alcohol sponsorships

While many sporting bodies in Australia have opted to ditch alcohol sponsorship, the big three - AFL, NRL and Cricket Australia - have not yet signed up to the deal.  Original article

27 Jun 2012

Key Findings of the Australian Attitudes to Young People Survey

The Australian Attitudes to Young People Survey was conducted by ARACY and the Bupa Health Foundation to help inform the areas to be addressed by the nest project. Original article

27 Jun 2012

Decline in young male suicide hides rise in remote areas

Published in The Lancet, a series of papers examining global trends in suicide finds that a sharp decline in the overall suicide rate among young Australian men has masked a rise in remote areas and low socioeconomic groups. Original article

27 Jun 2012

Mission Australia Youth Survey 2012

Every year since 2002 Mission Australia has conducted an annual nation-wide survey of young Australians. The largest of its type, over the years it has asked thousands of young people to share their concerns, values and thoughts about the future. More information

27 Jun 2012

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