The International Handbook of Suicide Prevention: Research, Policy and Practice

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to figures, those in bold refer to tables.
access to care services
aftercare 391
Asia 533, 550
crisis situations 374, 397, 437, 469
indicated strategies 313, 315
Internet services 748–750, 765; see also online CBT studies
low- and middle-income countries 513
mental health patients 83, 119
rural areas 572, 578, 580, 581
see also helplines
access to means
children and adolescents 305
China 543
cognitive availability 40, 41, 461, 609, 610–611, 625, 626, 651
and gender factor 332
hospitals 411
ideation–attempt interval 599, 639
influence on method choice 50, 211, 544, 639
low- and middle-income countries 513
restricting see means restriction
rural areas 577
volitional moderator 231
acculturation 43, 542, 549–550
acquired capability 208, 210, 211, 212–213, 232
Action Alliance 683–684
Action Plan on Mental Health (WHO) 500–501
action theory 353
Acute Suicidal Affective Disturbance (ASAD) 214–215
adherence to treatment
improvement strategies 84, 102, 349, 350, 379, 390, 473, 783
non-adherence 101, 104, 348, 466
adolescents and young people
aftercare 366, 371, 374, 379, 390
assessment 309–310
cognitive therapy (CT) 422
epidemiology 304–305
goal engagement 230
help-seeking behavior 550, 731–733
mental illness 125, 457
misclassification of deaths 12, 37
pain tolerance 211
perfectionism–stress interaction 224, 226–227, 227
self-harm 23, 48–49, 50, 64–65, 362
suicide clusters 760–761, 763, 768
suicide prevention strategies 310–316, 579–580, 616, 717, 783; see also school-based prevention programs
suicide protective factors 514, 749
suicide rates 41–42, 206, 304, 416, 725

The International Handbook of Suicide Prevention, Second Edition. Edited by Rory C. O’Connor and Jane Pirkis. © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2016 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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