Internet-based screening for suicidal ideation in common mental disorders.

  title={Internet-based screening for suicidal ideation in common mental disorders.},
  author={Esther Hemelrijk and Wouter van Ballegooijen and Tara Donker and Annemieke van Straten and Ad Jfm Kerkhof},
  volume={33 4},
BACKGROUND Common mental disorders have been found to be related to suicidal ideation and behavior. Research in the field of web-based interventions for common mental disorders, however, usually excludes participants with a suicidal risk, although a large proportion of participants might suffer from suicidal ideation. AIMS To investigate the prevalence of suicidal ideation in common mental disorders in an online sample. METHOD In total, 502 participants completed nine web-based… 

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