Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention

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Approximately 1 million people commit suicide world-wide annually and around 10 million attempt suicide each year. Suicide is a major public health problem throughout the world, and major efforts are currently being made to help reduce these numbers. However, suicide is the result of complex interactions between a range of factors, including historical, psychological, cultural, biological, and social, and any approach to treating the problem of suicide has to consider all these factors. This new edition of the Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention has been thoroughly updated and expanded since publication of the first edition in 2009. This comprehensive resource covers all aspects of suicidal behaviour and suicide prevention from a number of different perspectives, including its underlying religious and cultural factors; its political, social and economic causes; its psychiatric and somatic determinants; and its public health impacts. The new edition includes several new clinically focussed chapters devoted to major psychiatric disorders and their relation to suicide, including mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse, psychosis/schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and personality disorders. It also includes a fully updated section on psychometric scales used for measuring suicidal behaviour and instruments used in suicide preventative interventions. Part of the authoritative Oxford Textbooks in Psychiatry series, this second edition will continue to serve as the key reference source for both researchers and professionals working in the areas of suicidology and suicide prevention, including psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, public health specialists, and neuroscientists.
Part I: Suicide in a Religious and Cross-cultural Perspective 1: Camilla Wasserman: Religion, more than just protective 2: Herman M van Praag: The role of religion in suicide prevention 3: Wu Fei: Confucianism, Taosim, and suicide 4: Lakshmi Vijayakumar: Hindu religion and suicide in India 5: Somparn Promta and Prakarn Thomyangkoon: A Buddhist perspective on suicide 6: Yoshihiro Kaneko, Akiko Yamasaki, and Kiminori Arai: The Shinto religion and suicide in Japan 7: Aaron Rabinowitz and Israel Orbach: Suicide in the Jewish scriptures 8: Ahmed Okasha and Tarek Okasha: Suicide and Islam 9: Oivind Ekeberg and Nils Retterstol: Christianity and suicide 10: Emilio Ovuga and Jed Boardman: The role of religion in suicide prevention work in Uganda 11: Gaspar Baquedano: Maya religion and traditions: Inauencing suicide prevention in contemporary Yucatan, Mexico Part 2: The Magnitude and Implication of Suicide and Attempted Suicide 12: Jose M Bertolote and Danuta Wasserman: Development of definitions of suicidal behaviours: from suicidal thoughts to completed suicides 13: Alexandra Fleischmann and Elise Paul: A global perspective on suicides and suicide attempters 14: Emma Bjoerkenstam, Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz, and Armin Schmidtke: Attempted Suicide 15: Romuald Brunner, Kathrin Mikan, Maximilian Niebler, and Stephanie Kandsperger: International perspective on non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) 16: David Lester: Extended suicide 17: Herbert Hendin, Kathleen Foley and Josephine Hendin: Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in the Netherlands and Oregon: A Medical and Psychological Perspective 18: Philippe Courtet and Emilie Olie: Legislation and ethics of physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia in psychiatric patients: evidence from Benelux Part 3: Theories of Suicidal Behaviour 19: Ilkka Henrik Makinen and Yerko Rojas: Social theories of suicide 20: Elsa Ronningstam, Igor Weinberg, and John T. Maltsberger: Psychoanalytic theories of suicide: historical overview and empirical evidence 21: David Rudd and Andrea Perez Munoz: Psychological theories of suicidal behaviour 22: Gustavo Turecki: Biological theories of suicidal behaviour 23: Danuta Wasserman, Jerzy Wasserman, Dan Rujescu, and Marcus Sokolowski: Neurobiology and the genetics of suicide Part 4: Political, Social and Economic Determinants of Suicide 24: Airi Varnik and Peeter Varnik: Suicide during transition in the Former Soviet Union 25: David Lester: Suicide during war and genocides 26: Vsevolod Rozanov: Suicide in military settings 27: Marco Sarchiapone and Miriam Iosue: Suicide in prisons and remand centres: Risk factors and prevention 28: Adam Montgomery and Dinesh Bhugra: Suicide among migrants 29: Jennifer Hughes and Gergoe Hadlaczky: Suicide and attempted suicide among indigenous people 30: Ilkka Henrik Makinen, Yerko Rojas and Danuta Wasserman: Labour market, work environment and suicide Part 5: Psychiatric and Somatic Determinants of Suicide 31: Jouko Lonnqvist: Mood and anxiety disorders in suicide and suicide at-tempters 32: Herbert Hendin: Post-traumatic stress disorder and risk for suicide in combat veterans 33: Tine Maes and Geert Dom: Alcohol, other psychoactive substance use disorders, and suicide 34: Merete Nordentoft and Trine Madsen: Suicide among people with psychosis in schizophrenia spectrum epidemiology and prevention 35: Maj Vinberg and Merete Nordentoft: Suicidal behaviour and bipolar disorder: risk and resilience factors 36: Judit Balazs and Lili Olga Horvath: Suicidal behaviour and non-suicidal self-injury among patients with eating disorders 37: Mira Levis Frenk and Alan Apter: Adjustment disorder and suicide in adult and youth population 38: Barbara Stanley, Raksha Kandlur, and Jennifer Jones: Risk for suicidal behaviour in personality disorders Part 6: Somatic and gender Determinants of Suicide 39: Elsebeth Stenager, Egon Stenager and Annette Erlangsen: Somatic diseases and suicidal behaviour 40: Silvia Sara Canetto: Women and suicidal behaviour: New directions in theory, research and prevention 41: Wolfgang Rutz and Zoltan Rihmer: Suicide in men: Suicide prevention for the male person 42: Helen Keeley, Fiachra O Suilleabhain and Marie Leane: Sexual and gender minority populations and suicidal behaviours Part 7: Suicide Risk Assessment 43: Gergoe Hadlaczky: Decision making and biases in suicide risk assessment Psychometric Measures 44: Hilario Blasco Fontecilla and Jose de Leon: Scales for the evaluation of suicide risk Clinical Measures 45: Mark Schechter and John T. Maltsberger: The role of the clinical interview in suicide risk assessment 46: Herbert Hendin: Recognizing a suicide crisis in psychiatric patients Biological Measures 47: J. John Mann and Dianne Currier: Biological predictors of suicidal behaviour in mood disorders 48: Katherin Sudol and Maria A Oquendo: Neuroimaging of Suicidal Behaviour: A Decade of Progress Part 8: Cost of Suicide and Prevention Strategies 49: David McDaid, Brendan Kennelly, Susan Ahern, and Brendan McElroy: An economic perspective on suicide across the five continents 50: Danuta Wasserman: Strategies in suicide prevention Part 9: Health Care Strategies Early Detection 51: Corinna Reichl and Michael Kaess: Early detection of risk-taking, self-harming, and suicidal behaviour 52: Zoltan Rihmer and Wolfgang Rutz: Early detection and management of suicidal patients in primary care 53: Emily Halford, Alison M. Lake, and Madelyn S. Gould: Crisis hotlines Treatment 54: Hans-Jurgen Moller: Pharmacological and other biological treatments of suicidal individuals 55: Mark J. Goldblatt and John T. Maltsberger: Countertransference in the treatment of suicidal patients 56: The psychological and behavioural treatment of suicidal behaviour: what are the common elements of treatments that worka 57: Beth S. Brodsky, Barbara Stanley, and Ilana Gratch: Dialectical behaviour therapy for suicidal individuals 58: Megan Chesin and Barbara Stanley: Cognitive and Other Therapies for Suicidal Individuals 59: Bjoern Meyer: Online treatment programmes for suicidal persons: Current evidence and future directions 60: Lars Mehlum: Treatment of suicide attempts and suicidal patients in psychiatric care 61: Natalie B. Riblet and Brian Shiner: Prevention of suicide following psychiatric hospitalization 62: Karolina Krysinska and Karl Andriessen: Family psycho-education after a suicide attempt 63: Thomas Bronisch and Flora von Spreti: Art in suicide treatment and prevention Part 10: Survivors of Suicide Loss 64: Karl Andriessen and Karolina Krysinska: Suicide loss: Characteristics and support for people bereaved by suicide 65: Onja T. Grad: Therapists as survivors of suicide loss Part 11: Young People and Suicide 66: Maya Iohan-Barak and Israel Orbach: Psychopathology and risk factors for suicide in the young 67: Mira Levis Frenk, Cendrine Bursztein, and Alan Apter: Psychiatric disorders in suicide and suicide attempters 68: Gil Zalsman, Gal Shoval and Nir Lubad: The link between physical disorders and suicidality in children and adolescents 69: David Brent: Effective treatments for suicidal youth: Psychosocial and pharmacological approaches 70: Anthony Spirito, Christianne Esposito-Smythers, and Shayna Cheek: Individual therapy techniques with suicidal adolescents Part 12: Elderly People and Suicide 71: Diego De Leo, Brian Draper, and Karolina Krysinska: Suicidal older people in clinical and community settings : Risk factors, treatment and suicide prevention Part 13: Public Health Strategies Awareness and Education 72: David Titelman and Danuta Wasserman: Suicide prevention by education and the moulding of attitudes 73: Camilla Wasserman and Vladimir Carli: Universal suicide prevention in schools 74: Ulrich Hegerl, Ines Heinz, and Julian Hug: Multilevel approaches in adult suicide prevention 75: Michael Westerlund and Thomas Niederkrotenthaler: Mass-media and suicide prevention 76: Michael Westerlund and Karolina Krysinska: The role of the Internet in suicide prevention from the public health perspective 77: Gerard Camy: Representations of suicide in cinema Controlling the access to means of suicide 78: Cyril Hoschl and Pavla ?ermakova: The role of restricting access to potentially lethal medication in suicide prevention 79: Michael R. Phillips and David Gunnell: Restrictions of access to pesticides in suicide prevention 80: Thomas Reisch: Gun availability and gun control in suicide prevention 81: Karl-Heinz Ladwig, Natalia Erazo, and Karoline Lukaschek: Prevention of metropolitan and railway suicide 82: Vladimir Carli and Miriam Iosue: Protecting bridges in suicide prevention 83: Paul Yip, Yingqi Guo, Lynn Tang, and Ying-Yeh Chen: Prevention of suicide by jumping: experiences from Taipei City (Taiwan), Hong Kong and Singapore 84: Ying-Yeh Chen, Jacky Wong, and Paul Yip: Prevention of suicide due to charcoal burning 85: Gergoe Hadlaczky and Danuta Wasserman: Restriction of alcohol in suicide prevention Part 14: Worldwide networking in Suicide Research and Prevention 86: Devora Kestel and Alexandra Fleischmann: The World Health Organization s role in suicide prevention 87: Vladimir Carli, Danuta Wasserman, and Jean Pierre Kahn: The World Psychiatric Association Section of Suicidology 88: Marco Sarchiapone, Jorge Lopez Castroman, and Carla Gramaglia: The European Psychiatric Association Section on Suicidology and Suicide Prevention 89: Danuta Wasserman and Vladimir Carli: European College of Neuropsychopharmacology network on studies of suicide and suicide prevention 90: Danuta Wasserman and J. John Mann: The International Academy of Suicide Research 91: Lars Mehlum and Ella Arensman: The International Association for Suicide Prevention 92: Amy J. Kulp and Julie Cerel: The American Association of Suicidology 93: Robert Gebbia and Christine Moutier: The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 94: Herbert Hendin: Suicide Prevention International 95: Karl Andriessen: The role of volunteer organizations in suicide prevention
Uitgavejaar 2021
ISBN 9780198834441
Serie Oxford Textbooks in Psychiatry
Verschijningsdatum 8 jan. 2021
Omvang 856
Editie 2nd Revised edition
Auteur(s) Danuta Wasserman
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels
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