Françoise Roy, MEd, has worked in prevention for over 30 years. She has been involved in various organizations devoted to the skill development of suicide prevention workers and trainers. She is the co-author of several training publications on the use of best practices to intervene with people who are suicidal, and intervention strategies following a suicide in a school setting (2004). She is interested in knowledge transfer and implementation of best practices in the context of suicide, in terms of promotion and prevention, intervention and postvention. She supports the development or application of programs both in Québec and internationally and has also contributed to discussions at CRISE on the clinical applications of research.
Françoise Roy. (2013). Límportance de bien identifier les types de réactions à la suite d'un suicide.Détails
Françoise Roy and Lorraine Deschênes and Denis Pollender. (1993). Guide díntervention auprès des proches et des familles des personnes suicidaires: document à l'usage des intervenants. Centre de Prévention du Suicide de la Haute Yamaska: pp. 1-5.Détails