Christopher Holland

Conference proceedings

Empowerment and Accountability in Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention

In response to the recent high rate of suicide deaths among Indigenous young people and children, and the Western Australian Coroner’s report of the Inquest into the 13 Deaths of Children and Young Persons in the Kimberley Region, Centre of Best Practice in Aboriginal and...

Implementing integrated suicide prevention in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

This document is a companion guide to the Centre for Evidence and Implementation and Black Dog Institute’s LifeSpan Implementation Framework – Implementing Integrated Suicide Prevention. It is intended to support Primary Health Networks (PHNs) as they work to implement integrated approaches to suicide prevention in...

Close the gap 2018 - a ten year review: the Closing the Gap strategy and recommendations for reset

Ten-years after its commencement, it is time to critically reflect on why Australian governments have not yet succeeded in closing the health gap to date, and why they will not succeed by 2030 if the current course continues.

Report of the Critical Response Pilot Project

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project (ATSISPEP) Critical Response Project (WA) arose out of ATSISPEP’s work to identify success factors in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (hereon Indigenous) suicide prevention.

Solutions that work: what the evidence and our people tell us

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project (ATSISPEP) is an important Australian Government response to the above. This report summarises the work of ATSISPEP in expanding the evidence-base for what works in Indigenous community-led suicide prevention.