BC Almanac | Dec 3, 2012 | 20:11

How should we talk about suicide?

VSB is discussing media coverage of suicide stories related to teens at meeting tonight. We talk to Jitender Sareen Professor of Psychiatry, University of Manitoba and Co-authour of media guidelines on reporting suicide.

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