Suicide and parasuicide
in childhood and early adolescence.
To this end, the examination should be differentiated in function of the persons that do not have parasuicide
antecedents and those who had a prior attempted suicide.
Results of the WHO/EURO Multicentre Study on Parasuicide
," Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, vol.
Problem resolution and repetition of parasuicide
. A prospective study.
The same can be said for some of the 'parasuicides
For him, and for so many of his colleagues, all suicides and parasuicides
are managed under the umbrella of the mental health model, a model created by, and for, essentially non-Aboriginal, urban, middle-class societies, one which emphasises counselling, therapy, medication and, if need be, institutionalisation.
NSRF programme manager Eileen Williamson said the trend for parasuicides
- the term for attempted suicides - is quite different to completed suicides.
As for parasuicides
, or suicide attempters, the proportion of alcohol abusers appears to be even higher.
Motor vehicle, motorcar-pedestrian, bicycle and motorcycle collisions are the most frequent causes of severe traumatic brain injury, followed by falls, violence and parasuicides
. Most severe traumatic brain injuries involve adolescents and young adults, and occur during the summer period, which clinicians have ironically renamed trauma season.
The results could be used to develop public health guidelines to decrease the number of parasuicides
in Buffalo City.
Studies have shown that parasuicides
use more passive methods so as to be discovered and rescued.
rates increased in the last 50 years  and parasuicide
has become an increasingly common response to emotional distress among young people.