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Catamnestic Studies on Patients Who Attempted Suicide: An Overview

  • H. Wedler

Abstract

The efficiency of suicide prevention measures has not been well established up to the present time. Many different reasons may contribute to this fact.

Keywords

Attempted Suicide Suicidal Behavior Suicide Prevention Crisis Intervention Specific Therapeutic Strategy 
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