Variation of homicidal and suicidal behaviour within Trinidad and Tobago and the associated ecological risk factors.

@article{Hutchinson2005VariationOH,
  title={Variation of homicidal and suicidal behaviour within Trinidad and Tobago and the associated ecological risk factors.},
  author={Gerard A Hutchinson},
  journal={The West Indian medical journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={54 5},
  pages={
          319-24
        }
}
Self destructive behaviour may not occur consistently across a population. Identification of variations in homicidal and suicidal behaviour within a country can enable specific prevention and public health strategies to be adopted. This is significant because morbidity and mortality associated with these behaviour patterns is preventable and the affected population is increasingly young adults with potentially productive lives. The author sought to identify some of the associated risk factors… CONTINUE READING

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