Explore the latest in suicide, including its epidemiology and risk factors and advances in policies and interventions designed to prevent suicides.
This study uses data from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey to estimate associations between sleep duration and risk-taking behaviors among high school students in the United States.
This systematic review and meta-analysis examines the risk of attempted suicide among homosexual, bisexual, and transgender youths compared with heterosexual adolescents.
This qualitative study assesses the needs of stakeholders who would be affected by implementing an evidence-based approach to firearm safety promotion in pediatric primary care settings as a youth suicide prevention strategy.
This systematic review and meta-analysis examines longitudinal studies on cohorts of individuals with psychotic experiences to determine their likelihood of suicidal ideation, suicide attempts, and suicide death.
This population-based study examines the risk of suicide in patients in England after diagnosis of cancer, including cancer type and stage, time since diagnosis, and sociodemographic factors.
In this narrative medicine essay, the author mourns the suicide of young adult of a friend and relives his brother’s suicide 30 years earlier in a stream of consiousness montage of grief and advice to succor for those left behind.
This systematic review and meta-analysis assesses the risk of suicide after concussion and/or mild traumatic brain injury in a cohort of more than 700 000 individuals diagnosed with these conditions, compared with a cohort of more than 6.2 million individuals who had not been so diagnosed.
This Viewpoint examines psychiatric physician-assisted death in terms of the stance of the American Association of Suicidology and the societal commitment to the prevention of suicide.
This study examines temporal trends in nonfatal adversity-related injury admissions overall and for self-inflicted injury among young people in England.
This Viewpoint argues that a suicide prevention model that considers suicides a “never event” implicates health professionals as failures when suicides occur and constrains the ability of investigators to conduct unbiased studies of meaningful interventions to reduce suicide incidence.
This secondary analysis of the ASSIP randomized clinical trial compares the cost-effectiveness of a brief novel therapy vs usual care for preventing repeat suicide attempts among patients in Switzerland who had previously attempted suicide.
This 3-generation family study examines the association of parent and offspring religiosity with suicide ideation and attempts among children and adolescents in these families.
This longitudinal cohort study examines risk factors associated with attempted suicide among soldiers without a previous mental health diagnosis using administrative data from the Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers.
This study quantifies the postmortem incidence of acute surgical- and trauma-associated pathologic conditions of inmates in Miami Dade County, Florida.
This study examines whether a safety planning intervention, administered in emergency departments with follow-up contact for suicidal patients, was associated with subsequent suicidal behavior and outpatient treatment engagement in the 6 months following discharge.
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