Telephone contact with patients in the year after a suicide attempt: does it affect treatment attendance and outcome? A randomised controlled study.

@article{Cedereke2002TelephoneCW,
  title={Telephone contact with patients in the year after a suicide attempt: does it affect treatment attendance and outcome? A randomised controlled study.},
  author={Marie Cedereke and Kim M Monti and Agneta Ojehagen},
  journal={European psychiatry : the journal of the Association of European Psychiatrists},
  year={2002},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={82-91}
}
UNLABELLED Ambivalence to treatment and repeated suicidal behaviour are well-known problems in suicide attempters. A randomised controlled study was performed to investigate the influence of repeated telephone contacts on treatment attendance, repetition of suicidal behaviour and mental health the year after a suicide attempt. SUBJECTS AND METHODS One month after their suicide attempt 216 patients were randomised to either two telephone interventions in addition to treatment as usual, or no… CONTINUE READING
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