Frontiers in Suicide Risk: Research, Treatment and Prevention

Jill E. Lavigne (Editor)
Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, Wegmans School of Pharmacy, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York

Series: Public Health in the 21st Century, Social Issues, Justice and Status

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This book features 17 chapters from scientists and clinicians around the world using methods at the bench, bedside and at the population level to prevent suicide. At the bedside, clinicians are exploring the use of motivational interviewing for the treatment of patients with active suicidal ideation. Prevention efforts are being developed and implemented to assess suicide risk and prevent attempts in specific patient groups, such as older adults and those with traumatic brain injury or substance use. This book also discusses suicide risk and prevention attempts by community based participatory research programs; the U.S. government and the field of economics. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface: Medical Technologies for Suicide Risk Detection and Treatment
(Jill Lavigne, Wegmans School of Pharmacy, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York, USA)

Medical Technologies for Suicide Risk Detection and Treatment

Chapter 1. Potential Biomarkers of Suicide Risk
(Lei Zhang, Xian-Zhang Hu, He Li, Xiaoxia Li, Stanley Smerin, Robert Ursano, Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)

Chapter 2. Innovative Drug Delivery and Formulation Designs to Deter Drug Abuse and Misuse Related to Suicide
(Fang Zhao,Wegmans School of Pharmacy, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York, USA)

Chapter 3. The Comparative Safety of Multiple Drug Regimens with Adverse Effects of Risk of Suicidal Ideation or Behavior: A Study Design for Bipolar Disorder
(Jill Lavigne)

Chapter 4. Blister Packaging Medication to Increase Treatment Adherence and Clinical Response: Impact on Suicide-related Morbidity and Mortality
(Peter M. Gutierrez, Lisa A. Brenner, Hal Wortzel, Jeri E. F. Harwood, Rebecca Leitner, Jeffrey Rings,and Stephen Bartlett,
US Department of Veterans Affairs)

Clinical Suicide Risk Assessment and Management

Chapter 5. Advances in Motivational Interviewing to Address Suicidal Ideation (MI-SI)
Peter Britton, Center of Excellence in Suicide Prevention, US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Canandaigua, New York, USA)

Chapter 6. Traumatic Brain Injury and Suicide: Contributing Factors, Risk Assessment and Safety Planning
(Gina Signoracci, Bridget Bulman, and Bahraini, MIRECC VISN 19 Center of Excellence for the Prevention and Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury,US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA)

Chapter 7. Interventions to Address Suicidal Behavior in Adults with Substance use Disorders
(Kenneth R. Conner, Center of Excellence in Suicide Prevention, US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Canandaigua, New York, USA)

Chapter 8. Older Men and Suicide Risk: Clinical and Research Implications
(Alisa O’Riley and Phillip Smith, Center for the Prevention of Suicide, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry, University of Alabama)

Statistical Methods and Issues in the Study of Suicide

Chapter 9. Statistical Methods and Issues in the Study of Suicide
(Xia Y, Lu N, Zhang H, Gunzler D, Zubenko GS, Tu XM, Department of Computational Sciences and Biostatistics, University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Biostatistics, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN and Center for Healthcare Research and Policy, Case Western Reserve University, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

Population-Based Approaches to Suicide Research and Prevention

Chapter 10. Building Connections: Strategies to Mitigate Suicide Risk in Civilians and Military Veterans Living in Non-Urban and Rural Areas with a Focus on Telecommunication and Internet Technologies
(John F. Crilly, Department of Psychiatry, Tulane University and Department of Veterans Health Affairs, New Orleans, LA, USA)

Chapter 11. Operation S.A.V.E.: Suicide Prevention Training for Front-Line Employees in the US Department of Veterans Health Affairs
(Deborah King, Jan Kemp, Kerry Knox, et al.
Department of Psychiatry & Center for the Prevention of Suicide, University of Rochester Medical Center, Office of the Suicide Prevention Coordinator, US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Center of Excellence in Suicide Prevention, US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Canandaigua, New York, USA)

Chapter 12. Pharmacist and Pharmacy Staff Knowledge, Attitudes and Motivation to Refer Patients for Suicide Risk Assessment: Lessons from Operation SAVE
(Jill E Lavigne, Deborah A. King, Nai Ji Lu, Kerry L Knox, Jan E Kemp, Wegmans School of Pharmacy, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York, Department of Psychiatry & Center for the Prevention of Suicide, University of Rochester Medical Center, Office of the Suicide Prevention Coordinator, US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Center of Excellence in Suicide Prevention, US Department of Veterans Health Affairs, Canandaigua, New York, USA)

Chapter 13. Court Perspectives on Addressing Mental Health in the Justice System through Community-based Participatory Research
(Ann Marie White, Corey A Nichols-Hadeed, Henry J Steadman and Catherine Cerulli, Department of Psychiatry & Center for the Prevention of Suicide, University of Rochester Medical Center)

The Economics of Suicide and Suicide Prevention

Chapter 14. Determinants of Suicidal Ideation and Behavior, Economic Theories of Suicidal Behavior and the Economics of Prevention
(Alper Altinanahtar, and Nazmi Sari, Department of Economics, Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey; Department of Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada)

International Perspectives on Clinical Approaches to Suicide Prevention

Chapter 15. Suicide: Risk Factors And Prevention
(Barbara Schneider)

Chapter 16. Suicide Attempters Transferred by Ambulance: Prevention of Recurrent Suicide Attempts
(Kaoru Kudo, Kotaro Otsuka, Akio Sakai, Department of Neuropsychiatry, Iwate Medical University, Iwate, Japan)

Chapter 17. Suicidal Syndrome rather than Process related to suicide in severe depression: Evidence from a controlled case-record study of 100 suicides
(Louise Bradvik, and Mats Berglund,Department of Psychiatry, Goethe University, Germany)

Chapter 18. Executive Functioning in borderline personality disorder with and without self-harming behaviors
(Laurence Claes, Frederique Van den Eynde, Sébastien Guillaume, Caroline Vogelse and Kurt Audenaert, University of Leuven, Department of Psychology, Leuven, Belgium; University Hospital Ghent, Department of Psychiatry, Ghent, Belgium; King’s College London, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK; University Montpellier; Academic Hospital Montpellier; INSERM U888, Montpellier, France and Psychiatric Hospital Sint-Camillus, Sint-Denijs-Westrem, Belgium)

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