Verbal victimisation, depressive symptoms, and suicide risk among sexual minority adults in France: results from the nationally-representative 2017 Health Barometer survey - El-Khoury F, Heron M, van der Waerden J, Leon C, du Rosco ät E, Velter A, Lydié N, Sitbon A.

PURPOSE: Our study estimates rates of depressive symptoms and suicide risk according to sexual minority status, and examines the mediating effect of verbal victimisation in the association between sexual minority status and mental health outcomes. ...
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