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Preventing suicide : A global imperative

Contributor(s): World Health Organization.
BBDD: Libros Publisher: Ginebra World Health Organization 2014Edition: 1ª ed.Description: 89 p.ISBN: 9789241564779.Clasificación(es): 2400 Salud, tratamiento de la salud mental y prevenciónInteresa: Psicología Clínica y de la SaludDescriptor(es): Estadísticas | Intervención psicosocial | Factores de riesgo | Suicidio | PrevenciónTipo de documento: Técnico | ManualesOnline resources: Acceso electrónico
Contents:
Global epidemiology of suicide and suicide attempts. Suicide mortality. Suicide attempts. Risk and protective factors, and related interventions. Health system and societal risk factors. Community and relationship risk factors. Individual risk factors. What protects people from the risks of suicide?. The current situation in suicide prevention. What is known and what has been achieved. What are countries doing about suicide prevention now?. Current legal status of suicide around the world and perspectives for change.Working towards a comprehensive national response for suicide prevention. How can countries create a comprehensive national strategy and why is it useful?. How can progress be tracked when evaluating a national suicide prevention strategy?. The cost and cost-effectiveness of suicide prevention efforts. The way forward for suicide prevention. What can be done and who needs to be involved?. Forging a way forward. References.
Destinatario: Investigadores-Profesionales
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Global epidemiology of suicide and suicide attempts. Suicide mortality. Suicide attempts. Risk and protective factors, and related interventions. Health system and societal risk factors. Community and relationship risk factors. Individual risk factors. What protects people from the risks of suicide?. The current situation in suicide prevention. What is known and what has been achieved. What are countries doing about suicide prevention now?. Current legal status of suicide around the world and perspectives for change.Working towards a comprehensive national response for suicide prevention. How can countries create a comprehensive national strategy and why is it useful?. How can progress be tracked when evaluating a national suicide prevention strategy?. The cost and cost-effectiveness of suicide prevention efforts. The way forward for suicide prevention. What can be done and who needs to be involved?. Forging a way forward. References.

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