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We list hundreds of Clinical Trials about "Suicide Risk Factors" on BioPortfolio. We draw our references from global clinical trials data listed on ClinicalTrials.gov and refresh our database daily.
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This study aims at identifying predictors of suicidal behaviors in depressed subjects. Investigators will first compare demographic, clinical, and biological features of depressed recent suicide attempters (within one week) and depressed subjects without lifetime history of suicide attempt. Baseline risk factors for suicide will be used to predict the risk of attempting suicide during a one year follow-up. A thorough evaluation of these patients will allow to identify the facto...
Suicidal intentionality is generally stronger among the elderly, suicidal acts are more violent and are combined with a greater physical fragility. The suicide of an older adult is a situation that often leads to helplessness feelings. Analysis of the literature reveals two types of major interventions, reducing risk factors and increasing protective factors, in order to reduce suicide rate. Risk factors are well documented, particularly from studies using psychological autops...
This pilot study aims to investigate whether a treatment called cranial electric stimulation or CES can decrease risk factors for suicide. The specific CES device we will use is called Alpha-Stim®. CES will be used in addition to usual treatment (medication and group therapy).
This study will determine the efficacy of Safety Planning Intervention (SPI) compared to receiving risk factors and warning sign information (RWI) in recent suicide attempters during the 6 months following an acute care visit on: (1) suicidal behaviors; (2) mental health/substance use treatment engagement; (3) suicide-related coping strategies; (4) suicidal ideation; and (5) use of means restriction.
Losing contact with adult suicide attempters in the year after the suicide attempt (SA) increases the risk of recurrence. The situation with adolescents is unknown. Investigators aimed to determine whether being lost to contact early (LCE) by clinicians is a risk factor of longterm SA recurrence among adolescents and the associated factors.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among people aged 15 to 24 (WHO, 2014). After a first suicide attempt, the 18 to 25 years old would be very likely to repeat the act: 25 to 31% would make a new attempt in the following year (Christiansen et al, 2007). Nevertheless the literature on this subject is not detailed. In this project, we hypothesize that young adults aged 18 to 25 who have made their first suicide attempt will repeat their act more frequently than younger...
This research study is designed to answer specific questions about new ways to provide services for youth at-risk of suicide.
Suicide is one of the most devastating events in society at all levels. The primary goal of this study is to predict suicide in adolescents at risk. We will utilize blood biomarker measurement and clinical risk factor scales to develop a tool to identify adolescents at risk for suicide earlier, which will allow clinicians to prescribe timely treatment and prevent suicide.
The goal of the Alaska Native Resilience Research Study (ANRRS) is to identify community-level protective factors that can most effectively reduce co-occurring youth suicide and alcohol risk. The following specific aims will help us achieve this overarching goal. The research team will: (1): Assess the association of a set of modifiable cultural, community and institutional factors (protective community factors) with suicide, suicidal behaviors (ideation, attempt), and associat...
This randomized controlled trial will evaluate two approaches to achieving the aspirational goal of Zero Suicide within a health system: 1) Zero Suicide Best Practices initiated through a zero suicide quality improvement initiative within a health system; and 2) Zero Suicide Best Practices plus an innovative stepped care for suicide prevention intervention for adolescents and young adults that matches treatment intensity with risk levels for suicide/self-harm. ..
The purpose of this study is to examine the proposed suicide preventive effects of lithium in a randomized controlled trial within a group of individuals with depressive disorders. The hypothesis being tested is that lithium treatment will significantly reduce the risk for another suicide attempt.
Amid consistently worsening suicide rates, in 2012 the U.S.Surgeon General's National Strategy for Suicide Prevention proposed to "change the narrative" about suicide prevention to include a focus on promoting hope and belongingness. Despite hopelessness and thwarted belongingness being among the most replicated risk factors for suicide, many widely implemented suicide prevention efforts instead emphasize the identification of acute suicide risk and referral to mental health tr...
The main purpose of this cross-sectional study is to generate data to support the psychometric properties of the Suicide Ideation and Behavior Assessment Tool (SIBAT) and validate its use in participants at imminent risk of suicide.
This study evaluates whether a Family-centered suicide prevention strategy, when added to usual care (F-SPS + UC), is more effective than enhanced usual care (EUC) in reducing suicide-related behaviors in 128 youth at high-risk of suicide. Half of the participants will be randomized to receive F-SPS + UC and half will receive EUC.
Since capability for suicide involves overriding potential pain, and the opioid system plays a strong role in controlling pain perception, it follows that capability for suicide may be impacted by the opioid system. The goal of the proposed research is to identify the neural opioid network underlying capability for suicide in order to determine if it can be a target for identifying high-risk individuals and for intervention.
Reducing youth suicide in the U.S. is a national public health priority. Sexual and gender minority adolescents are at elevated risk for suicide. Safer school environments, however, can decrease this risk. This study capitalizes on the critical role of school nurses in improving the mental health of this vulnerable population through implementation and sustainment of evidence-based strategies to enhance school environments. In addition to suicide, the conceptual framework and m...
The purpose of this project is to investigate the effectiveness of the Home-Based Mental Health Evaluation (HOME) program, which is an innovative and culturally-relevant suicide prevention intervention for Veterans aimed at increasing treatment engagement and decreasing suicide risk following psychiatric hospitalization, a period of heightened suicide risk.
In December 2015, Health Canada issued a warning about a potential relationship between suicide and finasteride use and called for further research. No population based studies have assessed the risk of suicide with finasteride use, and this risk is not currently part of the product monograph. Furthermore, the link between depression and finasteride has not been well studied in the older population who are the primary users of this medication.
This study will evaluate the effectiveness of an individually tailored suicide prevention treatment program called SAFETY in reducing suicide and suicide attempts in adolescents.
BSA is a novel, computerized intervention specifically designed for active military personnel with the intent to reduce two risk factors known to be associated with suicide outcomes.
Individuals with alcohol or drug use problems who are hospitalized for suicide attempt are at high risk for reattempt. This treatment development study adapts a promising outpatient intervention to prevent suicide reattempt in order to administer it during hospitalization to individuals with alcohol and drug use problems, and to test the adapted intervention in a pilot randomized controlled trial.
Suicide is a major health problem that causes annually a million death worldwild. Loneliness is known to be associated with suicidal ideation in minors and to be related with suicidal risk in elerly people. However little is known about this association in a middle-aged population. Loneliness is a modifiable factor with suitable psychotherapeutic measures, it is essential to improve the scientific and medical knowledge about the link between this feeling and suicide risk in a p...
In France, suicide behaviours are a major public health concern that triggered the creation in 2013 of a National Observatory of Suicide. In continental France, the "Algos" protocol was found to be effective for the prevention of suicide attempts reiterations. This protocol is based on a procedure that keeps telephone and postal contacts with the suicide attempter and allows, via an algorithm, to assess the risk of suicide attempt recurrence, in order to intervene if necessary....
The literature is characterized by a dearth of information on interventions for homeless youth, and no suicide prevention intervention has been tested with these youth. Such focus is critical as suicide is the leading cause of death among homeless youth. Therefore, this study seeks to address this gap in the research literature with the goal to identify an effective strategy to intervene in suicide ideation in this population.
The main objective of this study is to show MRI functional and structural differences between depressed elderly patients with a history of attempted suicide compared to depressed elderly patients with no history of attempted suicide and to elderly subjects with no personal history of depression or attempted suicide (healthy controls).