Complete Suicide

A 'successful' suicide
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Sponsored by Senator John Flanagan, S3912 would require district-wide school safety plans to include policies and procedures for responding to a student's implied or direct intention to complete suicide and for contacting parents/guardians of students that indicate an implied or direct intention to complete suicide.
Soldiers who experience suicidal behaviors or who complete suicide have a disproportional effect on military communities.
But while suicide among veterans is indeed a problem, in reality the vast majority of veterans, even those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, do not complete suicide.
NEW YORK -- The likelihood that patients with major mood disorders will attempt or complete suicide appears to be related to the amount of time they spend in high-risk states of illness, results of longitudinal studies suggest.
In fact, I have had two "battle-buddies" who were hospital personnel attempt or complete suicide.
Worldwide, approximately 3,000 individuals complete suicide daily and approximately 20 times this number of individuals survive suicide attempts (World Health Organization [WHO], 2011).
More men complete suicide every year in every country in the world with one exception, China (Joiner, 2005).
In this case, while the Lane County Suicide Prevention Steering Committee applauds the desire to create legislation to outlaw sale of this particular method to complete suicide, we oppose including explicit information, as it is unnecessary and potentially unethical.
Since the population we serve is far more likely than the general population to complete suicide, each of us must recognize risk factors and build protective factors.
You may be thinking--and rightly so--that people deal with these things all the time and do not attempt or complete suicide.
Up to 75% of older adults who complete suicide visited a physician within a month before death.

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