Prevalence of moderate and acute suicidal ideation among a national sample of tribal college and university students 2014-2015

To examine the relationship between suicide risk and hazardous drinking, depression, and anxiety, adjusting for demographics, among tribal college students across the United States. Methods. We invited tribal college students enrolled in 22 tribal colleges from fall 2014 and 2015 to participate in the Creating Campus Change study, a cross-sectional online/paper survey assessing alcohol use[…]

A pandemic of body, mind, and spirit: The burden of “social distancing” in rural communities during an era of heightened suicide risk.

Death by suicide is a serious problem in the United States
and rural communities are disproportionally affected by
these tragedies.1 According to the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS), suicide rates in rural communities
have risen significantly over the past few decades.1 The
gap between the suicide rates in rural and urban[…]

Multi-site programming offered to promote resilience in military veterans: A process evaluation of the Just Roll With It bootcamps

Background and Purpose: Military and veteran suicide rates exceed those found in the general population. Veterans often reject patient identities, creating barriers to care for mental health within the clinical sector and a mandate for prevention programs. The purpose of this study was to offer a post-intervention process evaluation of one peer-led resilience program offered[…]

A structural test of the Integrated Motivational-Volitional model of suicidal behaviour.


Psycho-social resilience, vulnerability and suicide prevention: Impact evaluation of a mentoring approach to modify suicide risk for remote Indigenous Australian students at boarding school.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people reportedly experience the highest risk of suicide in Australia. Transitions to boarding schools involve far more than simply negotiating the logistics of shifting from one school to another. Students in transition face major life changes: changes in residence; cultures, including language; autonomy; educational standards; roles, responsibilities and expectations;[…]

Young people’s risk of suicide attempts after contact with a psychiatric department – a nested case-control design using Danish register data.


Emotional suppression mediates the relation between adverse life events and adolescent suicide: implications for prevention.

Suicidal ideation substantially increases the odds of future suicide attempts, and suicide is the second leading cause of death among adolescents. A history of adverse life events has been linked with future suicidal ideation and attempts, although studies examining potential mediating variables have been scarce. One probable mediating mechanism is how the individual copes with[…]

Exploration of the influence of childhood trauma, combat exposure, and the resilience construct on depression and suicidal ideation among U.S. Iraq/Afghanistan era military personnel and veterans.


The wilderness of suicide grief:Finding your way.


Resilience to suicidality: the buffering hypothesis.

Recent years have seen a growing interest into resilience to suicidality, which has been described as a perception or set of beliefs which buffer individuals from suicidality in the face of stressors. The current review extends this research by introducing the buffering hypothesis, a framework for the investigation of resilience to suicidality. The key proposal[…]