Present measures to assess the risk of suicide are subjective and can involve a mental state examination by a relevant healthcare professional. However, suicidal behaviour can be a highly fluid state and external factors such as an acute life event can escalate the risk of… Read More »
Dr Myers stated that 85-90% of people who die by suicide have a psychiatric illness, treated or not, although this is a matter of controversy. Males suicide more frequently than females, but not in doctors where the ratio is approximately equal. Both genders die by… Read More »
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