The epidemiology of suicide attempts, 1960 to 1971
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Medically treated suicide attempts: a four year monitoring study of the epidemiology in The Netherlands
Explaining the gender difference in self-reported suicide attempts: a nationally representative study of Norwegian adolescents
Comorbidity of psychiatric and personality disorders in first suicide attempters: a case-control study
Recent clinical and epidemiological trends in parasuicide in Edinburgh and Oxford: a tale of two cities
Relationship between alcohol consumption and attempted suicide morbidity rates in Perth, Western Australia, 1968-1984
Preventive strategies and program evaluation methods for chronically mentally ill suicide attempters
A comparison of self-injury and self-poisoning from the Regional Poisoning Treatment Centre, Edinburgh
Parasuicide in an Arab industrial community: the Arabian-American Oil Company experience, Saudi Arabia
Attachment and social adjustment: relationships to suicide attempt and major depressive episode in a prospective study
Suicide attempters in a general hospital unit in India: their socio-demographic and clinical profile--emphasis on cross-cultural aspects
Risk of deliberate self-harm and factors associated with suicidal behaviour among asymptomatic individuals with human immunodeficiency virus infection
Outcome of attempted suicide and psychiatric consultation: risk factors and suicide mortality during a five-year follow-up
An epidemiological study of poisoning cases reported to the National Poisons Information Centre, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts: comorbidity with depression, anxiety disorders, and substance abuse disorder
Suicide risk in relation to social class: a national register-based study of adult suicides in Korea, 1999-2001
Gender differences and similarities in aggression, suicidal behaviour, and psychiatric comorbidity in borderline personality disorder
Work stress has negative effects on the attitudes of emergency personnel towards patients who attempt suicide
Suicidal ideation as a presenting complaint. Associated diagnoses and characteristics in a casualty population
Suicide attempts in the Hungarian adult population. Their relation with DIS/DSM-III-R affective and anxiety disorders
Brief Cognitive-based Psychosocial Intervention and Case Management for Suicide Attempters Discharged from the Emergency Department in Taipei, Taiwan: A Randomized Controlled Study.
Gender, suicide, and the sociocultural context of deliberate self-harm in an urban general hospital in Mumbai, India
Socio-cultural determinants of attempted suicide among West Indians in Birmingham: ethnic origin and immigrant status
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