Suicide prevention strategies: a systematic review.

@article{Mann2005SuicidePS,
  title={Suicide prevention strategies: a systematic review.},
  author={J. John Mann and Alan Apter and Jos{\'e} M Bertolote and Annette L. Beautrais and Dianne Currier and Ann Pollinger Haas and Ulrich Hegerl and Jouko K. Lonnqvist and Kevin M. Malone and Andrej Maru{\vs}i{\vc} and Lars Mehlum and George Patton and Michael Robert Phillips and Wolfgang Rutz and Z{\'o}ltan Rihmer and Armin Schmidtke and David Shaffer and Morton M Silverman and Yoshitomo Takahashi and Airi Varnik and Danuta Wasserman and Paul S. F. Yip and Herbert Hendin},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2005},
  volume={294 16},
  pages={
          2064-74
        }
}
CONTEXT In 2002, an estimated 877,000 lives were lost worldwide through suicide. Some developed nations have implemented national suicide prevention plans. Although these plans generally propose multiple interventions, their effectiveness is rarely evaluated. OBJECTIVES To examine evidence for the effectiveness of specific suicide-preventive interventions and to make recommendations for future prevention programs and research. DATA SOURCES AND STUDY SELECTION Relevant publications were… 

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