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    The effect of emotional dysregulation and impulsivity on suicidality in patients with bipolar disorder

    Background: We aimed to evaluate the effect of emotional dysregulation and impulsivity on suicidality in patients with bipolar disorder by comparing patients with bipolar disorder with healthy individuals. Subjects and methods: The study included 85 patients (59 women, 26 men) with bipolar disorder and education and age matched 65 (44 women, 21 men) healthy volunteers. […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Differences in all-cause and cause-specific mortality due to external causes and suicide between young adult refugees, non-refugee immigrants and Swedish-born young adults: The role of education and migration-related factors

    Background International migration has increased during the past years and little is known about the mortality of young adult immigrants and refugees that came to Sweden as children. This study aimed to investigate 1) the risk of all-cause and cause-specific mortality in young accompanied and unaccompanied refugees and non-refugee immigrants compared to Swedish born individuals; […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Sexual and gender identity and note-leaving among adult suicide decedents in the USA

    Background: Suicide is one of the leading causes of preventable death in the USA, representing a critical public health threat. Suicide risks differ for different populations. In particular, the sexual and gender minority (SGM) population remains at increased risk for suicide. One of the circumstances that may differ for SGM and non-SGM individuals is the […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Factors affecting emergency medical utilization after self-harm ad effectiveness of community-based suicide prevention provisions in preventing self-harm: A nationwide registry-based study in Korea

    In order to formulate and implement a community-based suicide prevention program, as well as evaluate the effectiveness of these programs, it is necessary to understand the epidemiological characteristics of self-harm. Clinical data were collected from the National Emergency Department Information System (NEDIS) data panel in Korea for patients seen after self-harm episodes. Socioeconomic factors were […]

    January 26, 2023
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    An intervention to improve safe firearm storage for adolescents presenting with suicide ideation or attempt in a pediatric emergency department

    Background Firearm injuries are the second leading cause of death in American youth aged 15 to 24, and over half of these deaths are suicides. Self-harm deaths in Wisconsin among adolescents have increased by 34% since 2006. Each year, our pediatric emergency department (ED) staff care for over 1100 children and adolescents who present with […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Effective suicide prevention strategies in primary healthcare settings: A systematic review

    Background There is a fundamental need for health systems, health managers, and policymakers to identify effective components of suicide prevention strategies (SPS) and programs in primary healthcare (PHC) settings. Accordingly, this systematic review aimed to identify and summarize effective and significant evidence on suicide prevention in PHC setting. We systematically searched the published literature in […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Evaluation of a workplace suicide prevention program in the Australian manufacturing industry: Protocol for a cluster‑randomised trial of MATES in manufacturing

    Males are at higher risk of death by suicide than females in Australia, and among men, blue-collar males are at higher risk compared to other working males. In response, MATES in Construction developed a workplace suicide prevention program for the construction sector in 2007 that has been widely implemented in Australia. In the current project, […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Study of suicide trends and some kind of factor in several Japan’s prefectures: For the future study in the Republic of Kazakhstan

    Background: Many countries with high suicide rates may also experience heavy yearly snowfalls. We speculated that Japan’s prefectures that have high suicide rates may be in regions with heavy snowfall. Although many suicide-related factors have been studied, few investigations have examined the effects of snow on suicide. Objective: We investigated regions of Japan along the […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Level and associated factors of literacy and stigma of suicide among Bangladeshi physicians: A cross-sectional assessment

    Objectives. Literacy and stigma of suicide among doctors affect health-service delivery for persons with suicidal behavior. However, no attempt has been identified to assess those among physicians in Bangladesh. We aimed to determine the level and associated factors of suicide literacy and stigma toward suicide among physicians in Bangladesh. Methods. We collected data from 203 physicians in February […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Cost-effectiveness of implementing a suicide prediction tool (OxMIS) in severe mental illness: Economic modeling study

    Background: Cost-effectiveness analysis needs to be considered when introducing new tools and treatments to clinical services. The number of new assessment tools in mental health has rapidly expanded, including suicide risk assessment. Such suicide-based assessments, when linked to preventative interventions, are integral to high-quality mental health care for people with severe mental illness (SMI). We […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Using vocal characteristics to classify psychological distress in adult helpline callers: Retrospective observational study

    Background: Elevated psychological distress has demonstrated impacts on individuals’ health. Reliable and efficient ways to detect distress are key to early intervention. Artificial intelligence has the potential to detect states of emotional distress in an accurate, efficient, and timely manner. Objective: The aim of this study was to automatically classify short segments of speech obtained […]

    January 26, 2023
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    A community-led suicide prevention initiative for young people in regional and rural Australia: The Live4Life model

    Young people living in regional and rural areas of Australia are at an increased risk of suicide and have unique barriers and facilitators to seeking mental health support. As such, specific mental health and suicide prevention programmes that are tailored to young people within their communities are required. Despite this, peer-reviewed literature on such interventions […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Protective factors against suicide attempt in Iranian Kurdish women: A qualitative content analysis

    Background A proper understanding of the protective factors against suicide attempt can provide the basis for planning preventive interventions. This study aimed to identify protective factors against suicide attempt among women. Methods This qualitative study was conducted in Kermanshah, Iran between January and May 2021. Participants were 20 Kurdish women, survivors of suicide attempt, selected […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Nursing students facilitating the transition from suicidal ideation to action in the rural: A qualitative study

    Objective: This study aims to increase understanding of the process of nursing students at risk of completing suicide attempts that facilitates the transition from suicidal ideation to action. And The Central Bureau of Statistics, there were 812 suicide cases throughout Indonesia. Methods: The qualitative research involved 15 nursing students who were selected purposively. data collection in rural […]

    January 26, 2023
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    A systematic review on suicide because of social isolation and loneliness: Does COVID-19 make a difference?

    Background Suicide is a significant cause of death worldwide. Various purposes can explain why people choose to attempt or commit suicide such as mental-health disorders, income-related-factors, quality of life or issues related to social context. This study aims to identify an updated association between ‘isolation’ and suicides. Methods In this regard, we had made a […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Scoping review of postvention for mental health providers following patient suicide

    Introduction As suicides among military personnel continue to climb, we sought to determine best practices for supporting military mental health clinicians following patient suicide loss (i.e., postvention). Materials and Methods We conducted a scoping review of the literature using Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses extension for Scoping Reviews guidelines. Our initial search […]

    January 26, 2023
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    The role of firearm and alcohol availability in firearm suicide: A population-based weighted case-control study

    Firearm availability has been linked to firearm self-harm, but the joint relationship with alcohol availability, while supported by theory, has not been examined. This study sought to quantify the separate and joint relations of community firearm and alcohol availability with individual-level risk of (fatal and nonfatal) firearm self-harm. We conducted a case-control study of California […]

    January 26, 2023
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    Prevalence and associated factors of suicidal behaviors among Bangladeshi rural community people: Findings from the ‘BD ComMen Study’

    Background Suicide is considered as one of the major public health concerns, which can be prevented with cost-effective and timely intervention. In Bangladesh, very few studies assessed the suicidal behavior of rural community people. Thus, this Bangladesh Community Mental Health Study (BD ComMen Study) attempted to understand the current situation of suicidality in Bangladeshi rural […]

    January 26, 2023
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    A comparison of medically serious suicide attempters admitted to intensive care units versus other medically serious suicide attempters

    Background Medically serious suicide attempts (MSSA) represent a subgroup of clinically heterogeneous suicidal behaviours very close to deaths by suicide. A simple definition of an MSSA is a suicide attempt with life-threatening consequences, regardless of the severity of the attempter’s mental disorder. Few studies have specifically analysed the heterogeneity of MSSA. Therefore, the aim of […]

    January 25, 2023
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    Psychological factors as predictors of suicide actions among undergraduates in Ekiti State, Nigeria

    The study examined the Psychological factors as predictors of suicide actions among undergraduates in Ekiti State, Nigeria. The study adopted descriptive survey research design. Two hundred (200) samples of engineering students of Federal University Oye-Ekiti were randomly selected. Data were collected from primary sources. The framing theory was applied by using different suicide reports on […]

    January 25, 2023
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    Therapeutic alliance and change in suicide ideation among psychiatric inpatients at risk for suicide

    Background: Therapeutic alliance is thought to be essential in the treatment of suicidality. Surprisingly, studies about the association between therapeutic alliance and change in suicide ideation over the course of treatment are sparse  and reported inconsistent results. Furthermore, theoretically important moderators were rarely explored empirically. Methods: We investigated the association between therapeutic alliance and change […]

    January 25, 2023
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    The relationship between suicide and hopelessness in young adults aged 18-30: A systematic review

    INTRODUCTION: This review presents a number of studies that assessed the concept of hopelessness in individuals aged 18 to 30 with a history of suicidal ideation and suicide attempt. METHODS: The Turkish Citation Index, TR Index, Turkish Psychiatric Index, Wiley Online Library, PubMed, and Science Direct databases were reviewed between January and February 2021, and […]

    January 25, 2023
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    Understanding suicide and its prevention in the Indian context: Mental health perspective

    In India, suicide research has largely concentrated on the prevalence, method, psychological, and demographic risk factors. Suicide processes, paradigms, prevention strategies, and other features of suicide that are common in the West may not be applicable in India. It is vital to study potential underlying processes, various suicide prevention methods, and suicide prevention in general, […]

    January 25, 2023

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