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Suicide involves a complex set of behaviors and emotions that lead up to actions that may be based on planning and forethought or the result of impulse. While there are a host of antecedent circumstances the presence of a mood disorder, primarily depression, is the most common factor in suicide....
During the 2015 WPA International Congress, Taiwan Young Psychiatrist Organization (TYPO) together with the collaboration of over 100 young psychiatrists launched “The Future of World Psychiatry Program” to facilitate collaboration among young psychiatrists and mentors globally. The program...
Families and carers can play an important role in helping prevent suicide. Unfortunately, silence and secrecy within the family environment have sometimes prevented family members from intervening to potentially change the course of suicide intent. This article describes a family‐oriented...
An increased risk of suicide has been reported for psychiatric patients. In several world regions, an underlying psychiatric disorder is reported in up to 90% of people who die from suicide, though this rate seems to be considerably lower in low‐ and middle‐income countries. Major psychiatric...
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