This study aimed to investigate the impact of narrative conclusions on suicide statistics and to identify the number and rate of suicide and accidental deaths in children and young people.
Category: Children and young people
Children and young people who die by suicide: childhood-related antecedents, gender differences and service contact
This study aimed to investigate the stresses experienced by young people who died by suicide that may be contributing to the rise in rates of suicide and self-harm in young people, particularly girls.
In this study, we examined whether there was a group of young people who died by suicide without explicit warning signs, and if they indicated risk indirectly through other suicide risk factors.
This study had several aims in terms of bereavement as an antecedent of suicide in children and young people.