Year: 1992 Source: Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 1992. p.1-21 SIEC No: 19940054

To revitalize the field of suicide prevention, we are going to have to draw on the best of the biomedical and psychosocial traditions. The purpose of this chapter is to take a step in the direction of such a raproachment with a focus on clinical concerns. The authors call attention to the similarities in the interests of all clinicians and speculate on how and why they diverge. (50 refs.)