18 Oct 2018 Suicide NEVER the Solution

According to World Health Organisation (WHO), there are over 800,000 suicide cases reported globally every year. Addressing the problem head on, the International Medical University’s Psychology Club recently held a forum on suicide prevention. Defined as the deliberate act of ending one’s life, suicide is a decision that could either be planned or done on impulse. Indeed, the talk couldn’t have been more timely as clinical psychologist Puvessha Jegathisan presented the cold, hard facts about suicide.

Learn out more about suicide, the negative perception of suicidal people, insights into the psyche of people with suicidal ideation and uncover the facts from the myths about suicide at Suicide NEVER the Solution (Malay Mail, 18 October 2018).

18 Oct 2018|Articles, News Media, People, Programmes, Psychology, Staff|0 Comments

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