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Managing suicide risk in research study participants – EurekAlert

Although suicide screening tools are widely available for patients in emergency, hospital and primary care settings and have been used in research, there is a ”significant…

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What should researchers do if they encounter a study participant who reports suicidal thoughts?
UIC College of Nursing associate professor Susan Dunn explores this question as lead author of “Suicide Risk Management Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial of Cardiac Patients Reporting Hopelessness,” a paper published in the January/February edition of Nursing Research.
Suicide is ranked as the 10th leading cause of death for all ages in the U.S. and can be identified through clinical research,…

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