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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 (82) clinical trials

Promote Access to Stop Suicide: Comparison of Follow up Services for Youth at Risk for Suicide

The proposed project will be able to provide services to high-risk youth in Ohio. This randomized controlled trial for youth discharged from inpatient psychiatric hospital will be able to determine what combination of services is best suited to reduce subsequent suicide attempts and re-hospitalization. All youth (ages 10-18), that fit ...

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Preventing Addiction Related Suicide (PARS)

Studies consistently show suicide and suicidal behaviors are highly related to substance use disorders (SUDs). Recent reviews find that the risk of suicide is 10-17 times higher for people using multiple drugs, injecting drugs, and for alcohol use disorders. SUDs are also related to suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts. Clients ...

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Biomarkers as Predictors of Suicidal Risk in Adolescents

Suicide, the second leading cause of death in adolescents (15-24 year olds), is the most tragic complication of a psychiatric condition in this age group. Every year, approximately 157,000 youth receive medical care for suicide related injuries at emergency departments throughout the U.S. Despite some progress, suicide prevention continues to ...

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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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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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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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Evaluation of the Coping Long Term With Active Suicide Program

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the utility of the Coping Long Term with Active Suicide Program (CLASP) for reducing suicidal behavior.

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A Novel Cognitive Reappraisal Intervention for Suicide Prevention

The goal of this project is to refine and test a novel emotion-regulation based psychosocial intervention designed to reduce suicide risk in middle-aged and older adults (50-90 years old) who have been discharged after a suicide-related hospitalization (i.e. for suicidal ideation or suicide attempt). Suicide rates in this group are ...

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Assisting in Decisions in Emergency Departments: (ED-AID) Study

Limiting access to a firearms during suicidal crisis can save lives. This study will test a patient decision aid about safe firearm storage during crisis. The investigators will enroll 60 adult emergency department patients being evaluated for suicidal risk and have at least one firearm at home. If available, the ...

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The "AIM Study": Investigating Whether Actigraphy and Ideation Measures Can Promote Patient Safety

RESEARCH DESIGN: A prospective cohort study of Veterans will be conducted to determine if the previously-identified specific actigraphy-based measurements highly associated with suicidal ideation in non-Veterans will predict suicidal ideation, suicidal behavior, and/or rehospitalization in Veterans. METHODS: An analysis of Veterans admitted to the Bedford, Massachusetts VAMC acute psychiatry unit ...

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