The Economic Cost of Suicide and Non-fatal Suicidal Behaviour in the Australian Construction Industry

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Suicide has gained recognition worldwide as a significant public health problem. Study the paper “The Economic Cost of Suicide and Non-fatal Suicidal Behaviour in the Australian Construction Industry” that quantifies the economic cost of suicide and non-fatal suicide behaviour (NFSB) in the Australian Construction Industry (CI). The high economic cost of suicide and non-fatal suicide behaviour in the Australian CI warrants an appropriate response. There are a number of workforce strategies available to address mental health issues. The author hopes that the provided up-to-date estimates of the burden on the Australian CI might fuel the national call to action.

Study such more articles related to mental health issues in “International Journal of Mental Health and Psychiatry” and make valuable contributions for the betterment of the journal.

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