A cross-national study of the relationship between elderly suicide rates and life expectancy and markers of socioeconomic status and health care.

@article{Shah2008ACS,
  title={A cross-national study of the relationship between elderly suicide rates and life expectancy and markers of socioeconomic status and health care.},
  author={Ajit Jesang Shah and Ravi D Bhat and Sheena Mackenzie and Chris Koen},
  journal={International psychogeriatrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={347-60}
}
BACKGROUND Socioeconomic status may influence cross-national variations in elderly suicide rates. METHODS The relationship between suicide rates in both sexes in the age-bands 65-74 years and 75+ years and (i) life expectancy, (ii) measures of socioeconomic status (per capita gross national domestic product (GDP) and the Gini coeffcient), and (iii… CONTINUE READING