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SUICIDES
ASSISTED SUICIDE
SUICIDE PREVENTION
PHYSICIAN ASSISTED
PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE
RATES
MENTAL
MASS SUICIDE
DURKHEIM
COMMIT SUICIDE
LIKELY
ALTRUISTIC SUICIDE
VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA
LOSS
ATTACKS
SUICIDE INCIDENTS
HOMICIDE
SUICIDE NOTE
RISK
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
ALT
BOMBERS
COMMITTED SUICIDE
REPORTING
PREVENTION STRATEGY
SUICIDE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Suicide"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Suicide is one of the leading causes of death for teens.
  2. Suicide is the eighth leading cause of death for all Americans.
  3. Suicide is the most tragic outcome in mental health care. (Web site)
  4. Suicide is a state of disbelief and loss of faith that is condemned by God throughout the Quran.
  5. Suicide is a personal choice, and only Neil could decide whether or not to commit the act. (Web site)

Suicides

  1. A typical use of this methodology is in his analysis of suicide (CST p.195).
  2. Suicide by cop. (Web site)
  3. Pape would only say that suicide terrorism would cease. (Web site)
  4. Ya never know, could be a copycat suicide.
  5. A suicide death, unless it is rationally prepared for, devastates. (Web site)

Assisted Suicide

  1. By and large, seriously ill patients do not want assisted suicide.
  2. CHAPTER 5 THE ETHICAL DEBATE page 77 The ethics of assisted suicide and euthanasia are squarely before the public eye. (Web site)
  3. Assisted suicide in the medical context is usually provided by giving a prescription or medications to a patient seeking to end his or her life. (Web site)

Suicide Prevention

  1. National strategy for suicide prevention. (Web site)
  2. Evidence-based suicide prevention programs. (Web site)

Physician Assisted

  1. GPs will deal with most requests for assisted suicide.
  2. Physician assisted suicide is only allowed in Oregon.

Physician-Assisted Suicide

  1. Oregon is the only state that has legalized physician-assisted suicide.
  2. Hemlock advocated legal physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill. (Web site)
  3. He notes that only Oregon allows physician-assisted suicide.
  4. In this 1991 article, Greely does not address the current debate on physician-assisted suicide. (Web site)

Rates

  1. Lithuania distinguishes by high rates of suicide.
  2. Suicide rates and the availability of lethal methods. (Web site)
  3. Among age groups, the elderly have the highest suicide rates.
  4. The crude suicide rate from 1995 to 2001 was 24.2 suicides per 100,000 patient-years.

Mental

  1. Sociology of mental disorders, suicide, drug abuse, alcoholism, etc. (Web site)
  2. IRC Suicide Channel at IRCnet - Channel #suicide about suicide, mental health and philosophy. (Web site)

Mass Suicide

  1. Cult with incidents of mass suicide. (Web site)
  2. The second biggest ritual mass suicide. (Web site)
  3. Doomsday cult committed mass suicide in 1978. (Web site)

Durkheim

  1. The classic study is Durkheim(1897) Le suicide.
  2. Emile Durkheim, an early French sociologist, identifies four different forms of suicide.

Commit Suicide

  1. Only certain types of people commit suicide.
  2. This is particularly so among the elderly who commit suicide.

Likely

  1. Males are four times more likely to die from suicide than are females. (Web site)
  2. Suicide attempters are likely to be female and generally attempt suicide by taking an overdose of medication. (Web site)

Altruistic Suicide

  1. Discusses Durkheim's view of obligatory altruistic suicide. (Web site)
  2. Fatalistic and Altruistic suicide are more relevant to historical perspectives.

Voluntary Euthanasia

  1. How voluntary euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide is practiced in The Netherlands and in Switzerland.
  2. Physician assisted suicide is active voluntary euthanasia. (Web site)

Loss

  1. Frequently asked questions about suicide loss.
  2. This sense of loss contributes to many Aboriginal inmates committing suicide.
  3. Death, Loss and Bereavement Articles on how to deal with death and suicide, and how to communicate with others about the illness.

Attacks

  1. Emmanuel attacks assisted suicide.
  2. The use of suicide attacks is not new. (Web site)

Suicide Incidents

  1. Recommendations on how to report suicide in media without causing contagion (the triggering of other suicide incidents). (Web site)
  2. Based upon research data, officer assisted suicide incidents appear to be on the rise.

Homicide

  1. More Texans die from suicide than homicide.
  2. Preventing suicide and homicide among adolescents.
  3. The Criminal Code of Canada not only prohibits homicide and aiding and abetting suicide.
  4. There is sudden loss through accidents, suicide, heart attacks, strokes and homicide. (Web site)

Suicide Note

  1. Web board for posting suicide notes.
  2. Persons attempting or dying by suicide sometimes leave a suicide note.

Risk

  1. Suicide risk runs in families. (Web site)
  2. Assess for risk factors and warning signs for suicide. (Web site)
  3. Reseasrch involving people at high risk for suicide. (Web site)
  4. Allowing patients to discuss suicidal thoughts may also decrease the risk of suicide. (Web site)

Attempted Suicide

  1. Within the group of 44 depressed 4 children (9%) attempted suicide. (Web site)
  2. Nearly one rape victim in five (19.2%) had attempted suicide, whereas only 2.2% of nonvictims had done so.

Alt

  1. FAQs of alt.suicide.holiday usenet newsgroup.
  2. This is the semi-famous alt.suicide.holiday Methods File.

Bombers

  1. It is the fabricated "suicide bomber" that I seek to discredit. (Web site)
  2. At least 10 people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack on a bus in west Jerusalem, along with the bomber. (Web site)

Committed Suicide

  1. A 16-year-old male with depression has committed suicide.
  2. Dedicated to their son Tony who committed suicide in 1996.
  3. Nineteen (50%) of the 38 former patients who died committed suicide.

Reporting

  1. Suicide contagion and responsible media reporting of completed suicides. (Web site)
  2. The UK-based media ethics charity MediaWise provides training for journalists on reporting suicide related issues. (Web site)

Prevention Strategy

  1. For the prevention of teen suicide.
  2. National suicide prevention strategy. (Web site)
  3. These programmes address the causes of suicide, and focus upon prevention strategies.

Suicide

  1. Suicide methods are culturally specific. (Web site)
  2. SUICIDE GESTURE - An action of self-harm indicating suicidal intent.
  3. Suicide Loss FAQs An informational resource for suicide grievers. (Web site)
  4. Presently suicide is one of the leading causes of death among teenagers.
  5. Pasco: Teacher's suicide attempt prompts morality debate St. (Web site)

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