Ethical suicide research: a survey of researchers.

@article{Lakeman2009EthicalSR,
  title={Ethical suicide research: a survey of researchers.},
  author={Richard Lakeman and Mary Jo Fitzgerald},
  journal={International journal of mental health nursing},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={10-7}
}
Research is needed to better understand and respond effectively to people who are suicidal. Involving people who are suicidal in research poses some ethical and pragmatic problems. The ethical problems and difficulties in obtaining approval to involve people who are suicidal in research has contributed to the current paucity of research that explores the suicidal experience. To explore some of these problems, a web-based survey of suicide researchers was undertaken. Researchers identified from… CONTINUE READING

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