Suicide Prevention

Stallman, H. M. (2017). Coping Planning: A patient- and strengths-focused approach to suicide prevention training. Australasian Psychiatry.  Advance online doi: 

Stallman, H. M. (2017). Care · Collaborate · Connect: Suicide Prevention Training Program. Adelaide: University of South Australia.

Stallman, H. M. (2017). My Coping Plan [mobile application]. Available at

Stallman, H. M. (2017). Coping is for everyone [animation]. Available at

Stallman, H. M. (June, 2017). When the antidote is the poison: Rethinking suicide prevention. Presentation for the International Association for University Student Health and Wellbeing, Adelaide, Australia. Available at

Stallman, H. M. (2017). Meeting the needs of patients who have suicidal thoughts presenting to Emergency Departments. Emergency Medicine Australasia. doi:10.1111/1742-6723.12867

Stallman, H. M., & Wilson, C. (2017). Could explicit teaching coping planning for suicide prevention improve resilience in medical students? Medical Teacher, 39(7), 680. doi

Stallman, H., Eley, D. & Hutchinson, A. D. (2017). Trigger warnings: Caring or coddling. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association, 50, 89–92.

Stallman, H. M., & Ohan, J. L. (in press). The alignment of law, practice and need in suicide prevention. BJPsych Bulletin.

Stallman, H. M. & Hutchinson, A. D., Woolley, B. (under review). To report or not to report: A case study of a coping planning approach for reporting suicide.

Stallman, H. M., Ohan, J. L., & Hutchinson, A. D. (under review). Uncomplicating bereavement following suicide using the theory of Coping Planning.

Stallman, H. M. & Hutchinson, A. D. (under review). Evaluation of a client- and strengths-focused suicide prevention training program.