Suicide risk assessment and intervention in people with mental illness.

Abstract

Suicide is the 15th most common cause of death worldwide. Although relatively uncommon in the general population, suicide rates are much higher in people with mental health problems. Clinicians often have to assess and manage suicide risk. Risk assessment is challenging for several reasons, not least because conventional approaches to risk assessment rely… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.h4978

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@article{Bolton2015SuicideRA, title={Suicide risk assessment and intervention in people with mental illness.}, author={James M. Bolton and D Gunnell and Gustavo Turecki}, journal={BMJ}, year={2015}, volume={351}, pages={h4978} }