The Significance of the Social Mobility and Migratory Movements for Suicides in SR Macedonia/Yugoslavia

The presenter discussed the effects of social mobility & internal migration on suicide in SR Macedonia after World War II. In just over 20 years, from 1948 to 1971, the population structure changed from being mostly rural to being just over 50% urban. However, suicide still occurred most frequently in the rural population. Overall, results[…]

Suicides in Macedonia/Yugoslavia, From the Aspect of Time of the Committed Act

The hour, day, & month of suicide were analyzed for cases in SR Macedonia during 1967-1976 & reported in this presentation. The greatest number of suicides occurred during the day, from 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Suicides during the day most often occurred among unemployed persons, housewives, & retired persons, & people with lower educational attainment. Suicides[…]

The Ecology of Suicides in SR Macedonia/Yugoslavia

Suicides in SR Macedonia/Yugoslavia were discussed in this presentation. Information was available for 588 cases. The territorial distribution of these cases was examined & epidemiological characteristics of cases within each of 3 regions were described.

Life Events as Risk Factors for Suicidal Behavior

Published in “The Suicidal Process: Challenges for Treatment and Prevention”

Changes in Characteristics of Suicides in Belgrade Area After 1991

Published in “The Suicidal Process: Challenges for Treatment and Prevention”

Suicides of Females in Belgrade Area – a Comparative Study of Pre-war (1988-1990) vs. Post-War Period (1990-1992) in Former Yugoslavia

Published in “The Suicidal Process: Challenges for Treatment and Prevention”

Suicides of Males in Belgrade Area – a Comparative Study of Pre-war (1988-1990) vs. Post-War Period (1990-1992) in Former Yugoslavia

Published in “The Suicidal Process: Challenges for Treatment and Prevention”

Epidemiological Characteristics of the Suicides With Previous Suicidal Attempts

Published in “The Suicidal Process: Challenges for Treatment and Prevention”

Alcoholism and Suicide

Published in “The Suicidal Process: Challenges for Treatment and Prevention”

Suicide Knowledge and Attitudes Among Medical Students of the University of Nis

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