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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 (102) clinical trials

miRNAs Suicide and Ketamine - Plasma Exosomal microRNAs as Novel Biomarkers for Suicidality and Treatment Outcome

Neural miRNAs are responsive to environmental, synaptic, and pathological changes and can be actively secreted by cells such as exosomes from brain into blood. These exosomes bear cell-type specific surface markers. Using a neural specific surface marker, the investigators successfully isolated neural-derived exosomes and found that these exosomes are enriched ...

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Neurobiology of Suicide

Objective Suicide occurs across demographics and psychiatric disorders, killing at least one million individuals worldwide each year. In contrast to other injury-related death such as homicide or motor vehicle accidents, suicide rates have increased, particularly among middle-aged adults. Clinicians have a limited ability to predict imminent suicidal behavior and few, ...

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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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Cognitive AppRoaches to coMbatting Suicidality

Estimates show that around 6% of people with experiences of psychosis die by suicide. Many more think about it and attempt suicide. A meta-analysis by the investigators illustrated that psychological therapies are effective in reducing suicidal thoughts and acts in people with psychosis as long as those therapies target suicidal ...

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SAFER: A Brief Intervention Involving Family Members in Suicide Safety Planning

Psychological models of suicidality emphasize the role of social factors in the development and intensification of suicidal thoughts and behavior, including feeling like a burden on family and friends, feelings of isolation and not belonging, and perceptions of diminished support from one's family and social network. Despite the critical role ...

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VISN 19 MIRECC Research Database

This protocol seeks to formally create the database that will store demographic data. The data will be used by VISN 19 MIRECC Investigators solely for recruitment purposes for future studies. The repository data will include: Data regarding individuals in existing study databases who have already provided permission to have their ...

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Building Stronger Allies

The investigators have focused on the identification of malleable risk factors for preventative intervention in a number of types of psychopathology including suicidality. In the case of Perceived Burdensomeness (PB) and Thwarted Belongingness (TB), theory suggests that they may be malleable, though this has received little empirical attention. Taken together, ...

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Real-time Intervention for Suicide Risk Reduction

The goal of this study is to provide an initial pilot test of an Ecological Momentary Intervention (EMI) designed the reduce the distress associated with negative emotion among individuals at risk for suicide that pairs content from a smartphone with a wearable physiological monitor. Participants will be 25 suicidal adult ...

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Propranolol for Challenging Behaviors in Autism

This is a randomized, double blind, placebo controlled crossover study. A complete cardiac exam will be conducted by the pediatric cardiology team at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. All participants will remain on their existing, pre-study medication throughout all phases of the study. Once admitted to the study, a ...

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Combined TMS and Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Suicide

The goal of the proposed study is to test the effect of adding Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (BCBT) to reduce Veterans' rates of suicide ideation and related behaviors. Over 20 Veterans die each day of suicide and rates have not appreciably decreased in the last ...

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