Forty years (1979-2019) of our working group in the service of Hungarian and international suicidology.

[Forty years (1979-2019) of our working group in the service of Hungarian and international suicidology]. Neuropsychopharmacol Hung. 2019 Sep;21(3):127-135 Authors: Zonda T, Paksi B, Bozsonyi K, Veres E Abstract In our study we have summarised the various fields of our suicide research made in the last 40 years. We have devided our whole publications into thematic chapters: cultural-history, regional differences, follow-up studies, prenvention, ecological researches, mostly sociology. Some of them had been firstly published in Hungarian or/and also in international literature. We repeatedly reiterate the importance of writing a Hungarian suicide prevention program. We agree with the opinion: "Suicide prevention is far more than a psychiatric business". PMID: 31537753 [PubMed - in process]
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