Suicide inquiry in primary care: creating context, inquiring, and following up.

@article{Vannoy2010SuicideII,
  title={Suicide inquiry in primary care: creating context, inquiring, and following up.},
  author={Steven Vannoy and Tonya L. Fancher and Caitlyn Meltvedt and J{\"u}rgen Un{\"u}tzer and Paul Duberstein and Richard L. Kravitz},
  journal={Annals of family medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={33-9}
}
PURPOSE We wanted to describe the vocabulary and narrative context of primary care physicians' inquiries about suicide. METHODS One hundred fifty-two primary care physicians (53% to 61% of those approached) were randomly recruited from 4 sites in Northern California and Rochester, New York, to participate in a study assessing the effect of a patient's… CONTINUE READING