availability of means

availability of means

A psychiatric term for the access by a suicidal individual to lethal means of killing him- or herself.
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What means people choose is a complex interaction of seriousness of intent, availability of means, cultural norms or acceptability of means and preconceived notions of lethality.
It is unfortunate that regardless of awareness and availability of means to understand the true situation people choose to neglect the realities and act as puppets to the leaders.
Easy availability of means to procure vehicles has seen a ridiculous growth in vehicle ownership in villages as well.
The report, which calls for "liberal legislation on abortion, efficient sex education, good quality family planning services and availability of means of contraception," was not unanimously approved within the Socialist group, with differences emerging between national groups - particularly the Italians.
increase the capacity and availability of means in terms of assistance and protection of childhood; 3.
It is internationally accepted that if you restrict availability of means, you can limit suicide.
Worker control is a principle that underscores the importance of availability of means to individual freedom of choice and action.
Availability of means, commission rapidity, and anonymity are all high for arson, and as a result it is not unexpected that the 1992 clear up rate was 15 per cent.

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