Youth suicide prevention: does access to care matter?

@article{Campo2009YouthSP,
  title={Youth suicide prevention: does access to care matter?},
  author={John V. Campo},
  journal={Current Opinion in Pediatrics},
  year={2009},
  volume={21},
  pages={628–634}
}
  • J. Campo
  • Published 1 October 2009
  • Medicine
  • Current Opinion in Pediatrics
Purpose of review Recent increases in adolescent suicide rates after a decade of decline highlight the relevance of pediatric suicide prevention. Existing strategies to intervene with youth at risk for suicide are largely based on the premise that access to effective services is of critical importance. This review aims to examine the relationship between youth suicide and access to care. Recent findings Promising reductions in suicidal thinking and behavior have been associated with the… Expand
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