E-Health interventions for suicide prevention
Many people at risk of suicide do not seek help before an attempt, and do not remain connected to health services following an attempt. E-health interventions are now being considered as a means to identify at-risk individuals, offer self-help through web interventions or to deliver proactive interventions in response to individuals' posts on social media. In this article, we examine research studies which focus on these three aspects of suicide and the internet: the use of online screening for...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health|
|Christensen et al EHealth Intervntions 2014.pdf||689.04 kB||Adobe PDF|
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