Interpersonal trauma and suicide attempts in low-income depressed mothers in home visiting.

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Summary of "Interpersonal trauma and suicide attempts in low-income depressed mothers in home visiting."

Risk of suicide is a major concern for depressed mothers in the perinatal period. The strongest predictor of completing suicide is having made a previous attempt. Little is known about the clinical features of low-income, depressed mothers who have attempted suicide in contrast to those who have not.


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Name: Child abuse & neglect
ISSN: 1873-7757
Pages: 104126


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