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Introduction & Design Choices and Analytical Strategies for Population-Based Programs: Implications for Suicide Prevention
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... Its full report, which will include consensus statements on the scientific literature of the causes of and risk factors for suicide, and will illuminate contentious issues and gaps in the knowledge base, should guide prevention efforts and intervention. This is the summary for Workshop IT, Suicide Prevention and Intervention.
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... They avoid problems faced when individuals' risk factors change over time. Programs using only one level of intervention have to exclude individuals whose level of risk changes during the program, possibly putting these people at risk if exclusion from the program means they lost their only available treatment.
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... Dr. Brown described a recent review of the world literature on long-term patient survival and found that the older the study, the higher the long-term mortality due to suicide, as compared to more recent studies.

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