Leaders who have personally experienced the aftermath of a suicide-related event can provide important lessons and recommendations for military leadership and policymakers. This paper executes a thematic analysis of interviews with leaders, chaplains, and behavioral health providers who responded to garrison suicide-related events and explores leader decision making related to memorials, investigations, and readiness.
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Thomas H. Nassif, George A. Mesias & Amy B. Adler, "Leader Perspectives on Managing Suicide-related Events in Garrison," Parameters 52, no. 4 (2022), doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3189.