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An increased risk of suicide is associated with a number of mental health problems and care settings.
Suicide in different diagnostic groups
Suicide in different healthcare settings
References & Bibliography
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- Tanney, B.L. (2000). Psychiatric diagnoses and suicidal acts. In R.W. Maris, A.L. Berman, & M.M. Silverman (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of suicidology (pp. 311-341). New York: Guilford Press.
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