Situational Risk Factor

Any fixed or dynamic risk factor in an individual and his/her social setting, including familial and social relationships, which increases the likelihood of suicide completion
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Situational risk factors are those that are more likely to trigger impulsive individuals to consider suicide and act on their whim without much ado.
Logistic regression was then employed to test for statistically significant associations between having LUTS and the hypothesized physiological, psychological, and situational risk factors. Finally, a multivariable prediction model was developed from the set of statistically significant hypothesized risk factors for LUTS.
These findings underscore the need for school staff to learn to recognize and respond to chronic and situational risk factors for suicide.