author={Seena Fazel and Bo Runeson},
  journal={Edinburgh Medical Journal},
  pages={64 - 65}
The author has written this book in the hopes of diminishing the amount of suicide. He has been encouraged by the consideration that there are but two books in the English language devoted entirely to this subject. He takes occasion to quote against Forbes Winslow's Anatomy of Suicide an unfavourable criticism from the Athenaeum. About a more recent work on the subject Mr Wynn Westcott observes, "The thoroughly scientific statistical work of H. Morselli, of Turin, has been recently published in 
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Physician Suicide Prevention and the Ethics and Role of a Healing Community: an American College of Physicians Policy Paper
This American College of Physicians policy paper examines, from the perspective of ethics, the issues that arise when individuals and institutions respond to physician suicides and when they engage in broader efforts aimed at physician suicide prevention.
Brazilian Psychiatric Association guidelines for the management of suicidal behavior. Part 1. Risk factors, protective factors, and assessment
This project involved 11 Brazilian psychiatry professionals selected by the Psychiatric Emergencies Committee of the Brazilian Psychiatric Association for their experience and knowledge in psychiatry and psychiatric emergencies to provide key guidelines for managing patients with suicidal behavior in Brazil.
The co-occurrence of smoking and suicide
Summary This article is an invited commentary on a recent article by Harrison et al. investigating the purported causal link between smoking behaviours and suicide attempts.
Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Prevention of Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviour in Prisons: A Literature Review
  • L. Favril
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Psychologica Belgica
  • 2021
This review synthesises recent literature pertaining to the epidemiology, risk factors, and prevention of suicidal thoughts and behaviour among prisoners, and outlines a framework which emphasises the interplay between individuals (importation) and their surroundings (deprivation).
Mental disorders and risk of suicide attempt in prisoners
Most mental disorders are best conceptualized as risk factors for suicidal ideation rather than for suicide attempt, suggesting that once prisoners consider suicide, other biopsychosocial factors beyond the mere presence of mental disorders may account for the progression from thoughts to acts of suicide.
Long-term risk factors for suicide in suicide attempters examined at a medical emergency in patient unit: results from a 32-year follow-up study
The risk of suicide after a suicide attempt persists for up to 32 years after the index attempt and the SIS score is a better predictor of suicide risk at short term, that is, within 5 years than at long term.