News coverage of suicide linked to ‘copy-cat suicides’

New academic research shows that placement, tone and level of suicide coverage detail can impact development of suicide clusters, particularly in newspapers and among teens. For reporters and social media writers covering suicides, please consider the implications of the study.

High-profile newspaper coverage of suicide linked to ‘copy-cat suicides’ – Medical News Today.

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