6 edition of Prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour found in the catalog.
Prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Keith Hawton.|
|Contributions||Hawton, Keith, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||RC569 .P73 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 379 p. :|
|Number of Pages||379|
|ISBN 10||0198529759, 0198529767|
|ISBN 10||9780198529750, 9780198529767|
This all-in-one virtual library provides psychiatrists and mental health professionals with key resources for diagnosis, treatment, research, and professional development. Need more help? PsychiatryOnline Customer Service may be reached by emailing [email protected] or by calling (in the U.S.) or (outside the U.S.).Cited by: 6. A practical handbook for all those concerned with the prevention of suicide, this book is unique in that it is based on the wealth of experience gained over many years in different populations during the WHO/EURO Multicenter Study on Suicidal Behaviour.
Cognitive Therapy for Suicide Prevention (CT-SP) is an evidence-based, manualized cognitive-behavioral treatment for adults with suicidal ideation and behaviors. Although this treatment protocol was initially developed for individuals who recently attempted suicide, the protocol can also be applied to individuals with acute suicidal ideation. Chapter 8 focuses on the role of traumatic stress. After explaining what traumatic stress is, including the differences in impact between acute and chronic stress, it examines the evidence for an association of suicidal behaviour with various stress experiences, including those related to childhood abuse, violence, and war. It then examines the mechanisms that may explain these associations.
Type. Book. Publisher. Oxford University Press. Publication Date. 30/09/ Total pages. Suicide and suicidal behaviour Gustavo Turecki, David A Brent Suicide is a complex public health problem of global importance. Suicidal behaviour diﬀ ers between sexes, age groups, geographic regions, and sociopolitical settings, and variably associates with diﬀ erent risk factors, suggesting aetiological heterogeneity.
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In this book leading figures Prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour book psychiatry, psychology, epidemiology, public health, and social medicine bring together the research evidence concerning the key elements in suicide prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour and translate it into implications for practical : Paperback.
In the book, Prevention and Treatment of Suicidal Behaviour: From Science to Practice, the editor has assembled a series of thought-provoking chapters exploring these phenomena and describes the related research data. He integrates new hypotheses and outlines future directions for research in a Author: Robert G.
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Prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour: from science to practice. [Keith Hawton;] -- Leading figures from psychiatry, psychology, epidemiology, public health, and social medicine bring together the research evidence concerning the key elements in. National suicide prevention programs have to address all levels of society, including, among others, legislation, public opinions and attitudes, the health care system, or the people affected by mental disorders.
1 The interventions can aim to positively influence the reasons that cause people to engage in suicidal behavior (eg, reducing Cited by: If you or someone you know may be suicidal call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - If you’ve lost someone, there are survivor resources to help you cope.
SHARE. Understanding Suicidal Behaviour offers a clinical guide to the assessment, treatment and prevention of suicidal behaviour, from a new and useful theoretical perspective.
The book presents the arguments and research evidence that suicidal behaviour is not just a response to current emotional crises, but is influenced by persistent. Prevention and Treatment of Suicidal Behaviour From Science to Practice Edited by Keith Hawton.
Contains chapters written by the international leaders in their fields, providing the highest quality of evidence and advice regarding the prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour. This chapter reviews the literature on evidenced‐based prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents.
Initially we explore the epidemiology and risk factors since this knowledge is fundamental to successful prevention and by: 3.
In this resource, leading figures from psychiatry, psychology, epidemiology, public health, and social medicine bring together the research evidence concerning the key elements in suicide prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour and translate it into implications for practical action.
This includes social and public health policy as well as clinical practice. GUIDE TO USING THIS PRACTICE GUIDELINE Practice Guideline for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors consists of three parts (Parts A, B, and C) and many sections, not all of which will be equally useful for all readers.
The following guide is designed to help readers find the sections that will be most useful to them. However, suicidal behaviour is also considered preventable (Bostwick, Pabbati, Geske, & McKean, ; Hegerl, ); suicide prevention plans developed at the global level focus on reducing the Author: Ulrich Hegerl.
This chapter reviews the literature on evidenced-based prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents. Initially we explore the epidemiology and risk factors since this.
This section will cover all aspects of a wide range of suicidality, considering studies of suicidal behaviour, its causes and effects but also its prevention and intervention approaches. Research which investigates psychological and sociological as well as neurobiological, genetic and pharmacological aspects of suicidal behaviour are also of.
Suicidal thoughts, or suicidal ideation, means thinking about or planning ts can range from a detailed plan to a fleeting consideration. It does not include the final act of suicide. This book then provides and explains social, psychiatric, and psychological findings.
Ecological correlates of suicidal behavior and concept of suicide are also tackled. This text also looks into the factors why people attempt suicide repeatedly. This book concludes by explaining the implications for prevention of suicidal behavior. Edited by two distinguished suicide scholars, Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention of Suicidal Behavior is a well-referenced and comprehensive book about the assessment of and psychotherapeutic approaches to the individual at risk for suicide.
I found the title, though, to be somewhat misleading, because it is too broad for the book's content, which is focused on intervention Cited by: 1. Cognitive Therapy for Suicide Prevention is a cognitive–behavioral psychotherapy program designed for patients who have previously attempted or thought of suicide.
The intervention teaches patients skills to use alternative ways of thinking and behaving during episodes of suicidal crises and assists them in building a network of mental health.
The risk of suicidal ideation or attempt is determined by a complex interaction between genetic and environmental factors. 40 Certain authors estimate that 43% of suicidal behaviour can be contributed to genetic make-up and the remaining 57% to environmental factors, 42 Inheritance of suicidal behaviour seems to be determined by at least 2 Cited by: 6.
Based on Practice Guideline for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors, originally published in November A guideline watch, summarizing significant developments in the scientific literature since publication of this guideline, may be available in the Psychiatric Practice section of the APA web site at Size: KB.
Prevention & Treatment of Suicidal Behaviour: From Science to Practice (P) The specification in this catalogue, including without limitation price, format, extent, number of illustrations, and month of publication, was as accurate as possible at the time the catalogue was compiled.Pharmacological treatment of suicidal behaviour Antidepressants Lithium Anticonvulsants Antipsychotic drugs Electroconvulsive Therapy II.
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