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In her role as researcher, Johanne Renaud, MD, MSc, FRCPC, strives to improve preventative and treatment measures by implementing research protocols on innovative interventions for depressed youth and their families. This includes research into mental health services and interventions for youth at risk of suicide. She published the first Canadian psychological autopsy study on the topic of completed suicide in youth under 18 years of age. She has also been an expert witness on youth suicide for the Canadian government. In 2003, Johanne Renaud joined the McGill Group for Suicide Studies at the Douglas Institute. in 2011, she was nominated Standard Life Senior Fellow in Teen Mental Health; as such, she chairs the Standard Life Centre for Breakthroughs in Teen Depression and Suicide Prevention.
Youth suicide and suicidal behaviours, depressive disorders, health services, childhood, adolescence
Research Article: J Child Adolesc Behav 2015, 3: 235