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by Matthew K. Nock,Guilherme Borges,Yutaka Ono

ePub Suicide: Global Perspectives from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys (Cambridge Medicine (Hardcover)) download
Author:
Matthew K. Nock,Guilherme Borges,Yutaka Ono
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 23, 2012)
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Data from the WHO World Mental Health Surveys were analyzed, which include face-to-face interviews with 5750 young adults aged 18–22 spanning 21 countries (weighted mean response rate 7. %). Standardized STB prevalence estimates were calculated for four well-defined groups of same-aged peers: college students, college attriters (. dropouts), secondary school graduates who never entered college, and secondary school non-graduates. The Chinese World Mental Health Survey Initiative is supported by the Pfizer Foundation.

WHO Regional Office for Europe. Foucault, history and truth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Gøttingen: Hogrefe & Huber. Psychiatric comorbidity may not predict suicide during and after hospitalization. A nested case-control study with blinded raters.

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Despite this fact, suicide remains a poorly understood problem, and progress in understanding suicidal behavior around the globe has been slow

Suicide is a global phenomenon and occurs throughout the lifespan. Effective and evidence-based interventions can be implemented at population, sub-population and individual levels to prevent suicide and suicide attempts.

Suicide is a global phenomenon and occurs throughout the lifespan. There are indications that for each adult who died by suicide there may have been more than 20 others attempting suicide. Suicide in the world: Global Health Estimates (booklet).

Suicide is a serious public health problem worldwide, accounting for more loss of life annually than all forms of war and interpersonal violence combined. Despite this fact, suicide remains a poorly understood problem, and progress in understanding suicidal behavior around the globe has been slow. This book represents a major advance in our understanding by reporting the results of the largest, most representative study of suicidal behaviors conducted to date - the WHO World Mental Health Survey Initiative, interviewing more than 100,000 people from 22 countries on 6 continents. Previously unavailable data on the prevalence, onset, persistence, risk, protective factors and treatment of suicidal behaviors are presented and discussed, along with the implications of these findings. This volume provides valuable information for clinicians, scientists, policy-makers and anyone seeking to understand the occurrence of suicidal behavior worldwide.