Predicting Post-Release Risk among Hospitalized Suicide Attempters

@article{Miller1970PredictingPR,
  title={Predicting Post-Release Risk among Hospitalized Suicide Attempters},
  author={Dorothy H. Miller and Daniel J. Goleman},
  journal={OMEGA — Journal of Death and Dying},
  year={1970},
  volume={1},
  pages={71 - 84}
}
WITH the emergence of suicide prevention centers and the establishment of the Federal Center for Studies of Suicide Prevention has gone a strong mandate for sanctioned officials to intervene in situations where suicide threat, gesture, or attempt is imminent or has occurred. In carrying out this mandate, would-be helpers are hampered by the dearth of techniques available in the praxis of suicidology.* This article attempts to further the goal of an adequate suicide prevention system by… 
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