I vividly recall my first research methods and statistics course, which I took during the second year of my undergrad. I considered myself a math-liker–not a lover–who would like research and do well with statistics. Thus, I was excited to get into the nitty-gritty of research. The course kicked off with an intense lecture regarding the nature of knowledge and believing information. Why should we believe what someone tells us?
Understanding how, why, and the effects of accessing or posting online content related to suicide and self-injury.
Seeking to support Rural Canadians affected by suicide.
Progressing suicide theory to better understand who, how, and why individuals experience suicide ideations or engage in suicide behaviors.