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Ann Rypstra 8h
Hailey takes a break after explaining how wolf spiders learn at Arachnology 2019!
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AAS Suicidology 13h
We'd like to take a moment & thank our Poster Session Award Winners from the 52nd Annual Conference held in April. Please help us in congratulating them! (Not pictured: Ryan Hill - Safety Planning in Clinical Practice: Provider Training and Safety Plan Delivery)
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Melissa Brown Apr 27
Please be kind. Identifying gaps in data, research, & effort is important & welcome. Even if the work isn't where you want to see it realize we are devoting our lives trying to help. Please work with us. Despairing about negativity towards data, research & progress.
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GhostMouse Gamers Jun 17
Several weeks ago, I met some superb community peeps at the event for . Due to having too much fun, we couldn’t finish our one-shot. So excited to finish 2nite! 7PM MST
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Will Wiggins, PhD Jun 17
Enjoying some dinner entertainment at
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Melissa Brown Apr 27
I have met 5 suicidologists at who are currently homeless. Amazing people who dedicate everything to try to help people stay alive. There is so much we do not see that people are experiencing.
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Britney Jenkins Apr 26
Anna Mueller just blew me away with her research on The Social Roots of Adolescent Suicide Clusters! We must continue to “recognize that suicide has social and cultural roots.”
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Abigail Echo-Hawk Apr 26
We are put at risk by the society that continues to not want to address the structural/institutional racism. We are not at higher risk of suicide because we are Native, we are at higher risk because your part of a centuries old system that is trying to eliminate us
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Alison Malmon Apr 26
"Suicide is a public health problem. Public health is what we as a society do collectively to assure the conditions for people to be healthy. This is everyone's problem." - Former Surgeon General David Satcher, author of the first National Strategy for Suicide Prevention
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Apr 27
Goodbye, ! It was so great to see everyone the past four days & to engage in such awesome material—especially the panels & presentations that pushed against the status quo & proved, yet again, the changes that vulnerability and authenticity can effect.💫
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Jess StohlmannRainey Apr 28
I guess since I live here I don't leave , AAS leaves me.
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AAS Suicidology Apr 29
We announced and revealed some big changes at . We're super excited about these upcoming changes and know you all will be, too. Keep your eyes peeled for more information!
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Abigail Echo-Hawk Apr 26
Love seeing Native scholars presenting on their research, our voices must be the ones leading the way from prevention to postvention, if it’s not done with us, it’s just not our evidence
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AAS Suicidology Apr 27
That’s a wrap on . Thank you, thank you, thank you, for everyone who made this year so memorable. You’re all so powerful, inspiring, wise, and noble.
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Ken Norton Apr 27
Congratulations to Dr. Jerry Reed Dublin Award! Thank you for ur inspiring acceptance speech, for ur , tireless efforts to promote micro&macro , & for being a role model, mentor & to me and so many others
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Kristen Syme Apr 26
Silvia Canetto's research on cultural scripts of suicidal behavior. The narratives don't always fit the realities e.g., Hunter S. Thompson
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Maggie Gunther Apr 27
I am so INSPIRED by the teens presenting on their work in crisis centers- I am so grateful we have such caring, loving people as a part of this cause.
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Kimberly O'Brien Apr 26
“If that perfect kid can’t make it, how could I possibly make it?” This is such a real phenomenon- thx for sharing your critical research
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Joelle Marie Apr 26
"...we need to think about how a social context can affect these issues." The Social Roots of Adolescent Suicide Clusters - Anna Mueller
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Objective Zero Apr 24
We’re in Denver at the 2019 Conference! Come by the OZ table and learn more about what we’re doing to prevent suicide in the military community!
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