Biomarker reveals PTSD sufferers at risk of suicide

Researchers using PET imaging have singled out elevated levels of metabotropic glutamatergic receptor 5 as a risk factor for suicide in veterans with PTSD.
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The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of law enforcement suicide research from 1997 to 2016. Design/methodology/approach The PRISMA systematic review methodology was implemented. A SCOPUS search identified a total of 97 documents. After a...
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Men who experience military sexual trauma (MST) are at increased risk for dying by suicide, yet efforts to explain this have been limited. The present study aimed to describe men's perceptions of the impact of MST on their lives, in relation to their subse...
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Understanding the neural mechanisms of suicidal behavior is crucial. While regional brain alterations have previously been reported, knowledge about brain functional connectomics is currently limited. Here, we investigated differences in global topologic n...
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UNISON members in the police and justice services work with the public in the best and worst of situations, the union’s service group conference heard today, as it called for employers to support staff wellbeing and mental health. Pressure on police staff is increasing, Lisa Hardy from the Leicestershire police branch told delegates. Call management staff can be dealing with a report of a child missing from home one minute and a murder the next, conference noted. Similarly, police community support officers might deal with abused children or adults, or the aftermath of a murder or suicide during a day’s work. A...
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BACKGROUND: Suicide events observed in various groups, community or countries, especially in the periods of economic recession. It is thought that suicide cases increase when people's income decreases dramatically and they lose their jobs. AIM/OBJECTIVE: I...
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PURPOSE: Prevalence rates of PTSD are higher in the prison population than in the community. We sought to systematically review the extent to which this disorder is associated with other mental health disorders and problematic suicidal or aggressive behavi...
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This study investigates the effect of Brief Reminder Focused Positive Psychiatry and Suicide Prevention Intervention (RFPP-S) on the well-being, suicide ideation (SI), and PTSD symptoms of youth with PTSD.
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Introduction: Military sexual trauma (MST), which includes sexual harassment or assault while in the military, is prevalent among women Veterans and associated with depression and suicide. Littl...
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OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this multisite study was to conduct a randomized controlled trial of an e-mail version of the caring letters (CL) suicide prevention intervention to determine whether the intervention is efficacious in preventing suicide behaviors...
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