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国际预防自杀协会是一个非政府组织的官方关系，世界卫生组织（ WHO ）有关预防自杀。
Message from the President
Each year as many as 1,000,000 people are estimated to die by suicide across the globe; many, many more make nonfatal attempts. IASP exists to decrease these staggering numbers and to make a difference in the lives of those at risk. By networking together national and local suicide prevention organizations, researchers, volunteers, clinicians and professionals to share knowledge, experience, and skills, IASP provides support and fosters collaborations to prevent suicide and alleviate its effects.
I welcome you to join our network by becoming a member of IASP, attending our International and Regional Congresses, participating in IASP Task Forces on cutting-edge challenges in suicide prevention, reading and contributing to our official journal, Crisis, and conducting local and national activities on September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day. Suicide can be prevented and your involvement can make a difference.
Please do not hesitate to contact me to learn more about how you or your organization can participate in IASP.
Lanny Berman, Ph.D.
President of IASP
Executive Director, American Association of Suicidology
Defense and Police Personnel
Emergency Medicine and Suicidal Behavior
Helplines Best Practices
National Systems for Certifying Suicidal Deaths
Postvention (Suicide Bereavement)
Suicide and the Media
Suicide in Prisons
Suicide in the Elderly
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