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major depressive disorder

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Unlike traditional "Kraepelinian" approaches that emphasize treating a diagnosed psychiatric illness with the assumption that treating the illness will reduce the symptom of suicidality, CAMS is designed to specifically target suicidal ideation and behavior as the central clinical problem, independent of diagnosis.
Thirty percent of respondents reported feeling sad for at least 2 weeks in the past 12 months, and 22% and 8% reported suicidal ideation or a suicide attempt, respectively (Pless than .
Although the relationship of attachment to suicide and depression was emphasized in many studies, the relationship of attachment (dimensional and categorical) to suicidal ideation and behavior in depression was not directly investigated in a homogenous group constituted only by patients with major depression.
Suicidal Ideation (SI): Estimates of SI were taken from a single item on the PHQ-9 (ie, "Over the LAST 4 WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by .
PHT President and CEO Philip Lee said, Having this instrument available for sponsors will facilitate their compliance with regulatory requirements for assessment of suicidal ideation and behavior.
Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts in hospitals are sentinel events that occur for many different reasons.
one-third reported one or more past suicide attempts or exhibited suicidal ideation at the time of interview, and almost half of the sample required additional psychiatric evaluation and management, particularly those with a younger age of MG onset.
The current study is unique in exploring associations between past-year suicidal ideation and physical and mental health from a survey of recent canadian veterans.
Rates of suicidal ideation and attempts among college students are also alarming.
In a new meta-analysis, researchers explored how peer victimization is related to an increased chance of suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among children and adolescents.
We have found that lifetime prevalence of suicidal ideation among young adults was 11- 13 per cent while current prevalence was six per cent.
3) In the USA and Norway, suicidal ideation was higher in medical students than the general population.