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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.


Found (86) clinical trials

Cognitive Inhibition Psychosocial Interactions and Suicide Attempt in Elderly

2 groups of patients will be studied: in the first group, depressed patients with a history of suicide attempt will be included whereas in the second group, depressed patients without a history of suicide attempt will be included. For each group, the cognitive inhibition will be assessed trough an eye ...

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Positive Psychology in Suicidal Patients

Study design: monocentric randomized controlled study Methods 206 inpatients (Department of Emergency Psychiatry and Post Acute Care), between 18 and 65 years-old, having attempted suicide before hospitalisation or having current active suicidal ideation at the time of the psychiatric hospitalisation. Patients suffering from schizophrenia are excluded. Randomization into two groups: ...

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Suicide Sleep Monitoring (Ssleem)

Promising results have shown that interventions to reduce insomnia diminish suicidal ideation. A better understanding of the bidirectional mechanism between sleep disturbances and suicide behavior will allow the design of tailored interventions to prevent suicide attempts. Significance of the proposed study for the field The aim of the present is ...

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Pain Reward Attention and Neurocircuitry: Biomarkers of Suicidality

The ultimate aim of this study is to identify a biomarker of suicide risk in MDD by measuring the "hedonic spectrum" (pain and reward responsivity), attention and its associated brain structures using brain scans (fMRI and DTI), as well as the stability of markers over time.

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Prevention of Recurrence of Suicide Attempt by Adolescent by Sending SMS (MEDIACONNEX)

In industrialised countries, the incidence of SA among adolescents (ages 10-19 years old; 1) is estimated between 7% and 9% (2-3). Thirty percent of adolescents who have made a SA will do it again in the year. It appears that previous SA is "an independent and powerful predictor of futur ...

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Emergency Ketamine Treatment of Suicidal Ideation

The objective of the current program of research will be to test whether intranasal ketamine treatment is more effective than placebo in reducing suicidal ideation in suicidal patients presenting for acute treatment in emergency department settings. Secondary objectives will test the effect of genotypic differences in the mu opioid receptor ...


Suicide Plus Immune Gene Therapy for Advanced Melanoma

This phase I clinical protocol is proposed to evaluate the safety of combined immunotherapy genetics in humans. This treatment combines the high local cytotoxicity of the suicide gene system (HSV thymidine kinase: HSVt k) / prodrug (ganciclovir: GCV) with the immunostimulation of interleukin2 (hIL2) and immunoamplification of granulocyte and macrophage ...

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Short Message System (SMS) for Caregivers of Suicidal Patients to Prevent Recidivism of Suicide Attempts

Assessment of the feasibility of a monitoring device by SMS in which messages are sent by the caregiver after a suicidal act.

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A Study Examining Adolescents With Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

This study is designed to study brain development in 12-14 year old females with a history of NSSI. Assessments will take place over the course of three years, with three visits per year a total of nine visits. The first visit will take place at the Ambulatory Research Center (ARC) ...

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Cranial Electric Stimulation to Modify Suicide Risk Factors in Psychiatric Inpatients.

Suicide is still a major issue in the United States and all around the world. There are many reasons for people attempting suicide and the major modifiable risk factors are depression, anxiety, insomnia, and agitation. The standard treatment for all suicidal patients includes medication, admission to a hospital and reducing ...

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