Suicide Stigma and Suicide Literacy in a Clinical Sample
Objective The aims of this study were to (1) investigate levels and correlates of suicide stigma and suicide literacy in a sample of individuals attending a tertiary depression clinic in Australia (N = 287), with comparison to a community‐based Australian sample (N = 1,410), and (2) validate measures of suicide stigma and literacy in a clinical sample. Method Australian adults (N = 287) aged 18–78 years referred by their general practitioners for assessment at a psychiatric clinic for...[Show more]
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