This network, in partnership with Annie Fardell Hartley, is dedicated to building connection and capacity for those in rural and remote areas who are working to reduce the rates of death and injury by suicide across the prevention, intervention and postvention fields.

Annie Fardell Hartley is a dedicated Registered Psychologist and Suicidologist who has been working to improve mental health outcomes for rural and remote residents for the last 20 years. Annie has worked clinically across all tiers of service provision, as well as being an experienced educator. She is currently completing a PhD investigating how rural youth who are experiencing suicidality interact with social media in an effort to identify early warning mechanisms. Annie's life work sees her volunteer tirelessly to build community capacity to respond to suicide via a range of grassroots initiatives and campaigns. She is also a committee member and advisor for a range of state, national and international suicide prevention associations. She has been recognised with several awards for her work, with the one closest to her heart being the Don Ritchie Award.

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