7 edition of The Harvard Medical School guide to suicide assessment and intervention found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 593-667) and indexes.
|Other titles||Guide to suicide assessment and intervention, Suicide assessment and intervention|
|Statement||Douglas G. Jacobs, editor.|
|Contributions||Jacobs, Douglas., Harvard Medical School.|
|LC Classifications||RC569 .H37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 704 p. :|
|Number of Pages||704|
|LC Control Number||98025332|
Evaluation and treatment of patients with suicidal ideation. To the Editor: I am a rising senior in high school. Approximatelypeople received emergency room treatment as a result of attempted suicide in Research has identified the following risk factors for suicide: Previous suicide attempt s History of mental disorders, particularly depression and alcohol or other substance abuse Family history of suicide Acute or chronic losses relational, social, work, financial or physical Chronic physical illness, particularly if associated with chronic pain Easy access to lethal methods Impulsive or aggressive tendencies Feelings of hopelessness or isolation. This is especially true of older men - 85 percent of people dying by suicide over the age of 65 are men. After the first three doses, the amount was increased to 0.
Increase in Suicide in the United States, — The latest report by the Centers for Disease Control shows that suicide rates in the United States have surged to the highest levels in nearly 30 years. Ninety percent of suicides that take place in the United States are associated with mental illness, including disorders involving the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Patients appreciate counseling about firearms Sixteen psychiatric emergency clinicians were trained via an online course written by HICRC to provide lethal means counseling with parents of patients under 18 years receiving care for suicidality. Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Miller, Matthew; Hemenway, David. Although many different programs have been developed, mostly aimed at high school students, very few have been systematically evaluated for their short- and long-term efficacy and effectiveness. Three articles deal with recognition, assessment, and management of risk; the section ends with the question, "Can Suicide Ever Be Eradicated? The foundational belief of Zero Suicide is that suicide deaths for individuals under care within health and behavioral health systems are preventable. The Prevention of Suicide Few schools and communities have comprehensive suicide prevention plans that include screening, referral and crisis intervention programs.
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Older adults who are suicidal are also more likely to be suffering from physical illnesses and be divorced or widowed. The use of medications especially antidepressants should always be considered when developing a comprehensive treatment plan for patients with a major depressive disorder, or when a patient expresses suicidal ideation, intent or plans.
The highest suicide rate was for white men over 85 years of age—65 perpersons. Fifty percent of those who die by suicide were afflicted with major depression and the suicide rate of people with major depression is eight times that of the general population. Voluntary Admission and Involuntary Commitment If a determination is made that a patient needs an inpatient assessment or treatment, it is always preferable to have the patient be an active participant in the decision to be hospitalized.
Embrace uncertainty. Mattison, MD, director of school consultation and professor of psychiatry, Stony Brook University School of Medicine The Behavior Code presents a cogent, succinct, highly readable support system for teachers, behavior specialists, and site administrators.
Written by the top experts in the field, this definitive guide provides clinicians with information and strategies for appropriate responses to patients or clients who are at risk for suicide. Marhafer went into Saratoga Hospital on Oct. Lethal means counseling for parents of youth seeking emergency care for suicidality.
Hundreds of studies show exercise lowers your risks for serious health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, and some forms of cancer. The evidence that gun availability increases the suicide rates of adults is credible, but is currently less compelling.
For adolescents aged 15 to 19, there were 1, suicide deaths among 19, adolescents. Guns, suicide, and homicide: Individual-level versus population-level studies Commentary.
Depression and Anxiety. Jacobs testified that Saratoga Hospital and its staff followed all the standard protocols for suicide prevention and intervention, it is clear that standard protocols are not adequate in dealing with police officers who are depressed or suicidal.
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Suicide is the third leading cause of death among children, teens and young adults ages 10 to Lethal means reduction: What have we learned? The risk factors for suicide frequently occur in combination. Training increases whether providers ask about suicide This study evaluated, via self-report, an intervention to change provider attitudes and practices related to suicide risk assessment at emergency departments EDs.The Harvard Medical School Guide to Suicide Assessment and Intervention, edited by Dr.
Douglas Jacobs, contains a vast amount of information with its 31 chapters and 50 contributors. The book represents a major academic hildebrandsguld.com: Douglas Hughes. The Harvard Medical School Guide to Suicide Assessment and Intervention Douglas Jacobs, Harvard Medical School Book Review.
Helping Adults With Mental Retardation Grieve a Death Loss Charlene Luchterhand, Nancy Murphy Book Review. How to Identify Suicidal People: A Systematic Approach to Risk Assessment Thomas W. White Book Review. This edited book includes the most current research on suicide & is written for those who have to assess suicidality in a patient or client.
The book helps professionals determine risk & recommends a suicide assessment protocol that can be effectively incorporated into clinical practice. Guidelines for intervention are also provided. The Harvard Medical School Guide to Suicide Assessment and Intervention, Jossey-Bass, Joiner, Thomas E.
Jr., Kimberly A Van Orden, Tracy K Witte, The Interpersonal Theory of Suicide: Guidance for Working with Suicidal, American Psychological Association (APA), Suicide Assessment and Intervention Leslie Vernick LCSW, DCSW Understanding Suicide: Here are some things that you may find helpful in assessing whether or not a person poses a high risk for suicide.
However, if there is any talk of suicide, please tell an adult, and consult with a mental health professional. It is always better to be.
This vital resource--edited by Harvard Medical School's Douglas Jacobs, a nationally recognized expert on suicide and depression--is the definitive guide for helping mental health professionals determine the risk for suicide and appropriate interventions for suicidal or at-risk patients.