Year: 1991 Source: Meeting of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, (16th: 1991: Hamburg), p.998 SIEC No: 19960754

This proceeding presents a discussion of ethical issues that arise when conducting psychological autopsies. Results from interviews with relatives who have been questioned by coroners when their loved ones have died by suicide are reported. The positive or negative affect they felt towards being interviewed during the psychological autopsies are discussed. (SC)