Protective Factors

Those factors—e.g., religion, hope, positive countering events—that might prevent suicide completion
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Participants reported lifetime and past-month use of marijuana and cannabis concentrate, other substances, and risk and protective factors for substance use problems.
The lecture on Suicide in Central Asia: A Systematic Study of Risk and Protective Factors was delivered by Shahnaz Savani, Lecturer of Social Work at the University of Houston-Downtown (USA).
Even for kids who endure a lot of adversity, however, certain protective factors may still help minimize the effect of these stressors on their school performance.
The study published in 'Diabetes Care' is built on the findings from a 2017 Joslin Medalist Study of protective factors and diabetic kidney disease (or DKD).
and protective factors along with appropriate pathways of seeking help were also discussed.
He said suicide was a multi-determined phenomenon that occurred against a background of complex interacting biological, social, psychological and environmental risk and protective factors.
In multivariate analysis, old age greater than 50 years, arthroplasty and operation time more than three hours were independent risk factors, while physical labor and postoperative exercises were protective factors for deep venous thrombosis in lower extremity fractures.
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The risk and protective factors were originally identified by epidemiologist of Maastricht University, who drew them from a large meta-analysis published in 2015.
Protective factors that can reduce the likelihood of sexual violence perpetration include connectedness, academic achievement and family conflict resolution.
A person can reduce his or her risk by increasing the number of protective factors in his or her life, such as spending time with people who are a positive influence and don't use drugs; not taking drugs at a young age; and getting involved in after-school activities such as music, sports, or school clubs.
When we talk about suicide, it's very important to consider both risk factors, indicators that make it more likely for an individual to contemplate suicide and actually do it, and protective factors, characteristics that make a person less likely to do so.