September's World Suicide Prevention Day encouraged people to "Take a minute, change a life," and take responsibility to look out for those who may be struggling. It's a positive action that is particularly relevant in New Zealand, where 606 people took their own lives last year, a figure that has been steadily rising. New Zealand also has the highest rate of youth suicide in the developed world, a record that is shameful. Pharmacists, who are often seen as the "friendly face" of the healthcare system, can play a role in helping people who are suicidal. But, as Georgia Merton reports, it is something we should all take ownership of.