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Preventing railway suicide: An open-systems perspective

Preventing railway suicide: An open-systems perspective

Prof Byron Keating; Prof  Roland Goecke; Prof Shirley Gregor; Prof John Campbell; Dr Dale Roberts; Dr Armin Haller; Prof Simon Restubog; Prof Shirley Leitch

This project aims to develop an automated suicide risk detection system to reduce the incidence and impact of railway suicide, which has a devastating effect on victims’ families, station staff, train drivers, emergency workers, and bystanders. This project will use open-systems theory to develop two complementary information systems for more effective detection and reporting of suicide risk; use these systems to investigate how different situational factors interact with different combinations of service interventions to influence suicide risk; and share the findings to reduce railway suicide in Australia and overseas.

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