National study of emergency department disposition for high suicide risk geriatric patients.

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Summary of "National study of emergency department disposition for high suicide risk geriatric patients."

To examine predictors of hospitalization among older adults at high risk for suicide treated in emergency departments (EDs).


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Name: General hospital psychiatry
ISSN: 1873-7714
Pages: 67-70


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