Suicides in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people following hospital admission for suicidal ideation and self-harm: A retrospective cohort data linkage study from the Northern Territory

Purpose:¬†This study aimed to explore risk factors for suicide in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people following hospital admission for suicidal ideation and self-harm in the Northern Territory, Australia to help clarify opportunities for improved care and intervention for these population groups. Methods:¬†Individuals with at least one hospital admission involving suicidal ideation and/or self-harm between 1 July[…]

Northern Territory Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2009-2011

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Clusters of Suicide… the Need for a Comprehensive Postvention Response to Sorrow in Indigenous Communities in the Northern Territory

This discussion paper acknowledges the dearth of information relating to bereavement support training & models of postvention suitable for those supporting bereaved indigenous families & communities in Australia. Some issues & models developed to address the gaps in training & to identify the needs of Indigenous people experiencing bereavement, traumatic grief, & loss are outlined.[…]

A Study of Factors Affecting Suicide in Aboriginal and ‘Other’ Populations in the Top End of the Northern Territory Through an Audit of Coronial Records

The aim of this review was to establish through coronial files whether there were any significant differences in the factors related to suicide in Aboriginal people & other people in the Top End during the period 1991-1998. Aboriginals who died by suicide were more likely to have a history of self-harm behaviour. Suicide among Aboriginal[…]

Suicide in the Northern Territory, 1981-2002

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Deadly Days in Darwin (IN: The Case Against Assisted Suicide, ed. by K Foley & H Hendin)

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Northern Territory Strategic Framework for Suicide Prevention: a Framework for the Prevention of Suicide and Self-Harm in the Northern Territory 2003

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Death-Whose Decision? Physician-Assisted Dying and the Terminally ill

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Case Presentation: a Case of Euthanasia, the Northern Territory, Australia

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The Challenge of Informed Consent

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