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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These findings underscore the need for school staff to learn to recognize and respond to chronic and situational risk factors for suicide.
The findings that one in four of the school-associated suicides were preceded by a recent romantic breakup and nearly one in five suicide victims were under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of their deaths underscore the potential importance of situational risk Factors.