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Panel develops plan for preventing youth suicide

(NIH/Office of Disease Prevention) An independent panel convened by the National Institutes of Health has developed a 10-year roadmap for advancing research to prevent youth suicide. The panel listed 29 recommendations that address three critical issues: improving data systems, enhancing data collection and analysis methods, and strengthening the research and practice community.
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