Suicide prevention in first episode psychosis: the development of a randomised controlled trial of cognitive therapy for acutely suicidal patients with early psychosis.

@article{Power2003SuicidePI,
  title={Suicide prevention in first episode psychosis: the development of a randomised controlled trial of cognitive therapy for acutely suicidal patients with early psychosis.},
  author={Paddy Power and Richard Bell and Rebecca Fay Mills and T. Herrman-Doig and Michael Davern and Lisa L Henry and Hok Pan Yuen and A Khademy-Deljo and Patrick D. McGorry},
  journal={The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={414-20}
}
BACKGROUND Young people with early psychosis are at particularly high risk of suicide. However, there is evidence that early intervention can reduce this risk. Despite these advances, first episode psychosis patients attending these new services still remain at risk. To address this concern, a program called LifeSPAN was established within the Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre (EPPIC). The program developed and evaluated a number of suicide prevention strategies within EPPIC… CONTINUE READING

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