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- Mental disorders and socioeconomic status: impact on population risk of attempted suicide in Australia
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Health, School of Medicine and Public Health
- The population attributable risk (PAR) of mental disorders compared to indicators of socioeconomic status (SES) for attempted suicide was estimated for Australia. For mental disorders, the highest PAR% for attempted suicide was for anxiety disorders (males 28%; females 36%). For SES, the highest PAR% for attempted suicide in males was for occupation (males 31%; females 16%) and education level (males 19%; females 8%), following adjustment for age and mental disorders. The study results suggest that one third of suicide attempts in both males and females are attributable to anxiety disorders, the same proportion attributable to low educational or occupational status.
- Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior Vol. 39, Issue 5, p. 471-481
- Publisher Link
- Guilford Publications, Inc.
deliberate self harm;
randomized controlled trial;
- Resource Type
- journal article