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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 (84) clinical trials

Ovarian Hormones and Suicide Risk

Previous work from our group demonstrates that perimenstrual worsening of suicidal thoughts in females is caused by normal perimenstrual withdrawal from the ovarian steroids estradiol (E2) and progesterone (P4), since perimenstrual stabilization of E2+P4 prevented the perimenstrual worsening of suicidal ideation observed under placebo. In the present study, we follow ...

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Caring Contacts: A Strength-based Suicide Prevention Trial in 4 Native Communities

High rates of suicide are endemic in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) young adults. A recent study found that rates for young AI/AN adults in the Northern Plains and in Alaska are more than 4 times higher than for Whites of the same age in the same regions. Building ...

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SmartCriseS - Smartphone Survey of Suicidal Risk

The proposed study will use ecological momentary assessment (EMA) via smartphone applications (apps) and wearable trackers to examine the relationship between suicidality (wish to die, suicidal ideation and suicide attempt) and changes in sleep quality and disturbed appetite. These behavioral markers, if the hypothesis is proven true, could help predict ...

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Accelerated Intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation for Depressive Symptoms

This study intends to investigate whether modifying stimulation parameters enables typical 6-8 week long rTMS protocols to be compressed to only five days. The influence of this accelerated protocol on the length of patient stay in the hospital and the direct total cost will be investigated.

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Brief Alcohol Intervention and mHealth Booster for Suicidal Adolescents

The primary goal of this study is to test the acceptability and feasibility of iASIST (integrated Alcohol and Suicide Intervention for Suicidal Teens), a novel adjunctive intervention for alcohol use and alcohol-related suicidal thoughts and behaviors for suicidal adolescent inpatients. The intervention in this study, iASIST (integrated Alcohol and Suicide ...

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Psychiatric Interventions on the Inpatient Unit

Once patients have been discharged from hospital they will be contacted weekly for 4 weeks, at 6 and 8 weeks after the intervention and then monthly until 6 months post-intervention in order to monitor their symptoms. Participants will have consented to be contacted at these regular intervals before being discharged ...

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Using a Low Dose of Ketamine vs. Active Placebo in Treating Severe Depression and Suicide

Depression and suicide are major issues of public health worldwide. However, there is time-lag for current available antidepressants to have therapeutic effective. In fact, if partial responses were also included, up to 50% of depressed patients showed little or no response to traditional antidepressant medication treatments. In addition, suicide is ...

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DBT-SS for Cognitively Challenged Individuals With Deliberate Self-harm

Not many psychotherapies are adapted to suit individuals with Intelligence Quotient(IQ) in the lower normal range. For individuals diagnosed with cognitive disability and self-harm, psychiatric treatment as usual often consists of only supportive meetings and sometimes heavy medication. Dialectical Behavior therapy (DBT) is one of the evidence based treatments for ...

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Group ("Project Life Force") vs. Individual Suicide Safety Planning RCT

Worldwide someone dies by suicide every 40 seconds. In the United States, Veterans exhibit significantly higher suicide risk when compared to the general United States population. One in five suicide deaths is a Veteran and in spite of enhanced suicide prevention services in the Veterans Administration (VA), twenty Veterans commit ...

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Study of a Transdiagnostic Emotion-focused Group Intervention for Young Adults With Substance Use Disorders

Young adults with substance use disorder (SUD) commonly experience co-occurring emotional distress in the form of affective/emotional disorders (i.e. anxiety, depressive, and related disorders) and self-injurious thoughts and behaviors (SITBs). Based on the conceptualization of emotion dysregulation as a transdiagnostic treatment target, the current study utilizes the Unified Protocol for ...

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