Year: 2014 Source: The British Journal of Psychiatry.(2012).201:175-177.doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.111.107805 SIEC No: 20140278

Evidence favours the population approach over high-risk approaches to suicide prevention, but methodological problems may have obscured the contribution of the latter. This editorial uses the findings of a recent evaluation of a high-risk approach used in England to consider the role of high-risk interventions in national suicide prevention strategies.

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