Suicidal Behaviour in Europe

Suicidal Behaviour in Europe

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Suicide and suicidal behavior are a major problem in many countries around the world, and the differences between countries provide vital information for determining the most effective strategies for suicide prevention. The WHO / EURO Multicentre Study on Suicidal Behaviour is one of the largest ever research endeavors looking into the epidemiology, causes, and prevention of suicidal behavior, and has over the past years started to produce important and highly relevant results. Containing chapters from each of the participating centers from around Europe, this book brings together and summarizes the most significant findings with regard to the magnitude of the problem, their causes, and possible approaches to prevention - findings which could be of benefit not just in Europe but also in North America and around the world. A vital source of up-to-the-minute information from one of the most important studies in the world on suicidal behavior, this book is a must for all those concerned with suicide research and prevention, as well as epidemiology and public health policyResults from the Who/Euro Multicentre Study on Suicidal Behaviour Armin Schmidtke, Unni Bille-Brahe, Diego DeLeo, ... Choice of method and lethality in suicide behaviour: overdoses during a 14 years period in Baranya region, Hungary.


Title:Suicidal Behaviour in Europe
Author: Armin Schmidtke, Unni Bille-Brahe, Diego DeLeo, Ad Kerkhof
Publisher:Hogrefe Publishing - 2004-08
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