Mónika Ditta Tóth

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BACKGROUND Depression incurs significant morbidity and confers increased risk of suicide. Many individuals experiencing depression remain untreated due to systemic and personal barriers to care. Guided Internet-based psychotherapeutic programs represent a promising means of overcoming such barriers and increasing the capacity for self-management of(More)
BACKGROUND The suicide rate in Hungary is one of the highest in the European Union, with a male-female ratio of 3.55:1. Suicide rates correlate positively with suicide attempts, for which depression is the most frequent underlying disorder. AIMS The aim of this qualitative study was to examine gender differences in suicide attempts, with a focus on the(More)
BACKGROUND In Europe, men have lower rates of attempted suicide compared to women and at the same time a higher rate of completed suicides, indicating major gender differences in lethality of suicidal behaviour. The aim of this study was to analyse the extent to which these gender differences in lethality can be explained by factors such as choice of more(More)
Situation analysis and recommendations for action ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This report has been prepared by the teams from Hungary (Semmelweis University Budapest) and Netherlands (Trimbos Institute, Netherlands Institute of Mental Health and Addictions) co-leading the implementation of Workpackage 4 of the Joint Action on Mental Health and Well-being with input(More)
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