Suicide and Self-Harm Among Physicians in Ontario, Canada
Can J Psychiatry. 2022 May 12:7067437221099774. doi: 10.1177/07067437221099774. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Studies of occupation-associated suicide suggest physicians may be at a higher risk of suicide compared to nonphysicians. We set out to assess the risk of suicide and self-harm among physicians and compare it to nonphysicians.METHODS: We conducted a population-based, retrospective cohort study using registration data from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from 1990 to 2016 with a follow-up to 2017, linked to Ontario health administrative databases. Using age- and sex-standardized rates a...
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 13, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Manish M Sood Emily Rhodes Robert Talarico Caroline G érin-Lajoie Christopher Simon Edward Spilg Taylor McFadden Kwadwo Kyeeremanteng Daniel T Myran Nicholas Grubic Peter Tanuseputro Source Type: research

Suicide and Self-Harm Among Physicians in Ontario, Canada
Can J Psychiatry. 2022 May 12:7067437221099774. doi: 10.1177/07067437221099774. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Studies of occupation-associated suicide suggest physicians may be at a higher risk of suicide compared to nonphysicians. We set out to assess the risk of suicide and self-harm among physicians and compare it to nonphysicians.METHODS: We conducted a population-based, retrospective cohort study using registration data from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from 1990 to 2016 with a follow-up to 2017, linked to Ontario health administrative databases. Using age- and sex-standardized rates a...
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 13, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Manish M Sood Emily Rhodes Robert Talarico Caroline G érin-Lajoie Christopher Simon Edward Spilg Taylor McFadden Kwadwo Kyeeremanteng Daniel T Myran Nicholas Grubic Peter Tanuseputro Source Type: research

Suicide and Self-Harm Among Physicians in Ontario, Canada
Can J Psychiatry. 2022 May 12:7067437221099774. doi: 10.1177/07067437221099774. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Studies of occupation-associated suicide suggest physicians may be at a higher risk of suicide compared to nonphysicians. We set out to assess the risk of suicide and self-harm among physicians and compare it to nonphysicians.METHODS: We conducted a population-based, retrospective cohort study using registration data from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from 1990 to 2016 with a follow-up to 2017, linked to Ontario health administrative databases. Using age- and sex-standardized rates a...
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 13, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Manish M Sood Emily Rhodes Robert Talarico Caroline G érin-Lajoie Christopher Simon Edward Spilg Taylor McFadden Kwadwo Kyeeremanteng Daniel T Myran Nicholas Grubic Peter Tanuseputro Source Type: research

Suicide and Self-Harm Among Physicians in Ontario, Canada
Can J Psychiatry. 2022 May 12:7067437221099774. doi: 10.1177/07067437221099774. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Studies of occupation-associated suicide suggest physicians may be at a higher risk of suicide compared to nonphysicians. We set out to assess the risk of suicide and self-harm among physicians and compare it to nonphysicians.METHODS: We conducted a population-based, retrospective cohort study using registration data from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from 1990 to 2016 with a follow-up to 2017, linked to Ontario health administrative databases. Using age- and sex-standardized rates a...
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 13, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Manish M Sood Emily Rhodes Robert Talarico Caroline G érin-Lajoie Christopher Simon Edward Spilg Taylor McFadden Kwadwo Kyeeremanteng Daniel T Myran Nicholas Grubic Peter Tanuseputro Source Type: research

Suicide and Self-Harm Among Physicians in Ontario, Canada
Can J Psychiatry. 2022 May 12:7067437221099774. doi: 10.1177/07067437221099774. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Studies of occupation-associated suicide suggest physicians may be at a higher risk of suicide compared to nonphysicians. We set out to assess the risk of suicide and self-harm among physicians and compare it to nonphysicians.METHODS: We conducted a population-based, retrospective cohort study using registration data from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from 1990 to 2016 with a follow-up to 2017, linked to Ontario health administrative databases. Using age- and sex-standardized rates a...
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 13, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Manish M Sood Emily Rhodes Robert Talarico Caroline G érin-Lajoie Christopher Simon Edward Spilg Taylor McFadden Kwadwo Kyeeremanteng Daniel T Myran Nicholas Grubic Peter Tanuseputro Source Type: research

Suicide and Self-Harm Among Physicians in Ontario, Canada
Can J Psychiatry. 2022 May 12:7067437221099774. doi: 10.1177/07067437221099774. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Studies of occupation-associated suicide suggest physicians may be at a higher risk of suicide compared to nonphysicians. We set out to assess the risk of suicide and self-harm among physicians and compare it to nonphysicians.METHODS: We conducted a population-based, retrospective cohort study using registration data from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from 1990 to 2016 with a follow-up to 2017, linked to Ontario health administrative databases. Using age- and sex-standardized rates a...
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 13, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Manish M Sood Emily Rhodes Robert Talarico Caroline G érin-Lajoie Christopher Simon Edward Spilg Taylor McFadden Kwadwo Kyeeremanteng Daniel T Myran Nicholas Grubic Peter Tanuseputro Source Type: research

Interventions to Reduce Opioid Use in Youth At-Risk and in Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: A Scoping Review
CONCLUSIONS: Research on treatments and interventions for youth using or at-risk of opioids appears to be sparse. More youth involvement in research and program development is vital. The intersectional and multi-factorial nature of youth opioid use and the youth opioid crisis necessitates the development and evaluation of novel treatments that address youth-specific contexts and needs (i.e., those that address socio-economic, neurobiological, psychological, and environmental factors that promote opioid use among youth).PMID:35535396 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221089810 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Stephanie A Nairn Marion Audet Sherry H Stewart Lisa D Hawke Jason Y Isaacs Joanna Henderson Rebecca Saah Rod Knight Danya Fast Faria Khan Alice Lam Patricia Conrod Source Type: research

Social Rhythm Disruption is Associated with Greater Depressive Symptoms in People with Mood Disorders: Findings from a Multinational Online Survey During COVID-19
CONCLUSIONS: These results are consistent with the social zeitgeber hypothesis proposing that mood disorders are sensitive to life events that disrupt social rhythms.PMID:35535550 | PMC:PMC9096005 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221097905 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Piyumi Kahawage Ben Bullock Denny Meyer John Gottlieb Marie Crowe Holly A Swartz Lakshmi N Yatham Maree Inder Richard J Porter Andrew A Nierenberg Ybe Meesters Marijke Gordijn Bartholomeus C M Haarman Greg Murray Source Type: research

Interventions to Reduce Opioid Use in Youth At-Risk and in Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: A Scoping Review
CONCLUSIONS: Research on treatments and interventions for youth using or at-risk of opioids appears to be sparse. More youth involvement in research and program development is vital. The intersectional and multi-factorial nature of youth opioid use and the youth opioid crisis necessitates the development and evaluation of novel treatments that address youth-specific contexts and needs (i.e., those that address socio-economic, neurobiological, psychological, and environmental factors that promote opioid use among youth).PMID:35535396 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221089810 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Stephanie A Nairn Marion Audet Sherry H Stewart Lisa D Hawke Jason Y Isaacs Joanna Henderson Rebecca Saah Rod Knight Danya Fast Faria Khan Alice Lam Patricia Conrod Source Type: research

Social Rhythm Disruption is Associated with Greater Depressive Symptoms in People with Mood Disorders: Findings from a Multinational Online Survey During COVID-19
CONCLUSIONS: These results are consistent with the social zeitgeber hypothesis proposing that mood disorders are sensitive to life events that disrupt social rhythms.PMID:35535550 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221097905 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Piyumi Kahawage Ben Bullock Denny Meyer John Gottlieb Marie Crowe Holly A Swartz Lakshmi N Yatham Maree Inder Richard J Porter Andrew A Nierenberg Ybe Meesters Marijke Gordijn Bartholomeus C M Haarman Greg Murray Source Type: research

Interventions to Reduce Opioid Use in Youth At-Risk and in Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: A Scoping Review
CONCLUSIONS: Research on treatments and interventions for youth using or at-risk of opioids appears to be sparse. More youth involvement in research and program development is vital. The intersectional and multi-factorial nature of youth opioid use and the youth opioid crisis necessitates the development and evaluation of novel treatments that address youth-specific contexts and needs (i.e., those that address socio-economic, neurobiological, psychological, and environmental factors that promote opioid use among youth).PMID:35535396 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221089810 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Stephanie A Nairn Marion Audet Sherry H Stewart Lisa D Hawke Jason Y Isaacs Joanna Henderson Rebecca Saah Rod Knight Danya Fast Faria Khan Alice Lam Patricia Conrod Source Type: research

Social Rhythm Disruption is Associated with Greater Depressive Symptoms in People with Mood Disorders: Findings from a Multinational Online Survey During COVID-19
CONCLUSIONS: These results are consistent with the social zeitgeber hypothesis proposing that mood disorders are sensitive to life events that disrupt social rhythms.PMID:35535550 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221097905 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Piyumi Kahawage Ben Bullock Denny Meyer John Gottlieb Marie Crowe Holly A Swartz Lakshmi N Yatham Maree Inder Richard J Porter Andrew A Nierenberg Ybe Meesters Marijke Gordijn Bartholomeus C M Haarman Greg Murray Source Type: research

SARS-CoV-2 Infection and the Risk of Suicidal and Self-Harm Thoughts and Behaviour: A Systematic Review
CONCLUSIONS: This review identified some evidence that infection with SARS-CoV-2 and/or COVID-19 disease may be associated with increased risks for suicidal and self-harm thoughts and behaviours but a causal link cannot be inferred. Further research with longer follow-up periods is required to confirm these findings and to establish whether these associations are causal.PMID:35532916 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221094552 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 9, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Mark Sinyor Rabia Zaheer Roger T Webb Duleeka Knipe Emily Eyles Julian P T Higgins Luke McGuinness Lena Schmidt Catherine Macleod-Hall Dana Dekel David Gunnell Ann John Source Type: research

SARS-CoV-2 Infection and the Risk of Suicidal and Self-Harm Thoughts and Behaviour: A Systematic Review
CONCLUSIONS: This review identified some evidence that infection with SARS-CoV-2 and/or COVID-19 disease may be associated with increased risks for suicidal and self-harm thoughts and behaviours but a causal link cannot be inferred. Further research with longer follow-up periods is required to confirm these findings and to establish whether these associations are causal.PMID:35532916 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221094552 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 9, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Mark Sinyor Rabia Zaheer Roger T Webb Duleeka Knipe Emily Eyles Julian P T Higgins Luke McGuinness Lena Schmidt Catherine Macleod-Hall Dana Dekel David Gunnell Ann John Source Type: research

Blue-Light Therapy for Seasonal and Non-Seasonal Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
CONCLUSIONS: The efficacy of blue-light therapy in the treatment of seasonal and non-seasonal MDD remains unproven. Future trials should be of longer duration, include larger sample sizes, and attempt to better standardize the parameters of light therapy.PMID:35522196 | DOI:10.1177/07067437221097903 (Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry - May 6, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Andr é Do Victor W Li Samantha Huang Erin E Michalak Edwin M Tam Trisha Chakrabarty Lakshmi N Yatham Raymond W Lam Source Type: research