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The Role of the Primary Care Physician in Preventing Suicide
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... Schulberg it is difficult to engage primary care physicians in suicide screening and prevention because of the low prevalence in their patient populations. "4.2 percent of all the definite or possible suicides were attributed to primary care patients," according to research described by Dr.
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... Schulberg. Yet once patients of all ages are identified as suicidal, primary care physicians are very likely to refer the patient to mental health services.

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