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Suicide Clinical Trials

A listing of Suicide medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (14) clinical trials

Evaluation of Interventions to Prevent Suicide of Medical Students Through the School-Based Social Support System

The purpose of this study is to determine whether school-based social support systems are effective in preventing suicide in medical students.

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Repetitive Behavior Disorders in People With Severe Mental Retardation

Abnormal repetitive behaviors (odd or inappropriate movements, self-injury, and compulsions) are among the aberrant behaviors exhibited by individuals with mental retardation. However, little is known about their pathobiology and treatments are largely unconfirmed by controlled trials. For example, few controlled studies have examined the efficacy of pharmacological treatment of abnormal ...

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Treatment Strategies for Children With Smith-Magenis Syndrome

Smith-Magenis syndrome (SMS) is a rare (1/25,000) clinically recognizable syndrome, characterized by the following features: a distinct pattern of minor craniofacial and skeletal anomalies, expressive speech/language delays, psychomotor and growth retardation, and a striking neurobehavioral phenotype. This phenotype includes stereotypies, self-injurious and aggressive behaviors, and a chronic sleep disorder associated ...

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Effectiveness of Empowerment Group Sessions for Treating Suicidal African American Women in Abusive Relationships

Most suicide attempts are a sign of great distress, often originating from depression; physical and sexual abuse; substance abuse; or family history of suicide, violence, or mental disorder. Risk factors for suicidal behavior are diverse, differing with gender, age, and ethnicity. Since the mid-1980s, the number of reported suicides and ...

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Effectiveness of a Family-Based Intervention for Adolescent Suicide Attempters (The SAFETY Study)

Suicide is consistently a leading cause of death among adolescents in the United States, making suicide prevention a serious public health concern. The risk factors for suicide vary but are often related to depression and other mental disorders, substance abuse, a major stressful event, and family history of suicide. Despite ...

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The (Cost-) Effectiveness of Mindfulness-training and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Adolescents and Young Adults With Deliberate Self Harm

Background: In recent years, there has been a marked rise in the frequency of young people engaging in Deliberate Self-Harm (DSH). DSH refers to all kinds of self-harming behaviour, with and without suicidal intent. Early identification and treatment of persons who engaged in DSH is important because every episode of ...

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Socio-Educational Intervention for Rural Suicide Attempters

Compared to a treatment-as-usual group, providing brief mental health education to suicide attempters from rural parts of China at the time of their treatment in the emergency departments of general hospitals or local clinics and 6 home-visits (FOR those subjects WITH PHONES refuse home visits, THE INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED ...

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Comparing Treatments for Self-Injury and Suicidal Behavior in People With Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a chronic disorder in emotional regulation and is characterized by instability in self-image, mood, relationships, and behavior. People suffering from BPD have a high rate of self-injury and suicide attempts. This study will compare the effectiveness of two treatments for preventing self-injury and suicide in ...

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The Efficacy of a Cognitive-Behavioural Intervention in Deliberate Self-Harm Patients

1. The development of treatment interventions for non-fatal deliberate self-harm (DSH) among young people has received little attention in scientific literature and in mental health care. This is surprising, considering the relatively high rates of hospital-referred DSH among adolescents reported in epidemiological studies (Arensman et al., 1995; Hawton et al., ...

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Wearable Suicidal Early Warning System for Adolescents

This study is prospectively enrolling a cohort of adolescent patients who present to the Emergency Department with acute suicidality. The plan is to monitor basic physiologic parameters to assess for trends associated with suicidality noninvasively in an objective manner beyond subjective questionnaires currently available. Patients will be enrolled if presenting ...

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