A lived experience co-designed study protocol for a randomised control trial: the Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program (ASSIP) or Brief Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as additional interventions after a suicide attempt compared to a standard Suicide Prevention Pathway (SPP)

Nicolas J. C. Stapelberg, Candice Bowman*, Sabine Woerwag-Mehta, Sarah Walker, Angela Davies, Ian Hughes, Konrad Michel, Anthony R. Pisani, Heidy Van Engelen, Mia Delos, Tamara Hageman, Kim Fullerton-Smith, Ravikumar Krishnaiah, Sarah McDowell, Alison Cameron, Trudy-Lee Scales, Cherie Dillon, Titta Gigante, Cindy Heddle, Natalie MudgeAnne Zappa, Michelle Edwards, Sigi Gutjahr, Hitesh Joshi, Kathryn Turner

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