Longitudinal risk profiling for suicidal thoughts and behaviours in a community cohort using decision trees
Background: While associations between specific risk factors and subsequent suicidal thoughts or behaviours have been widely examined, there is limited understanding of the interplay between risk factors in the development of suicide risk. This study used a decision tree approach to develop individual models of suicide risk and identify the risk factors for suicidality that are important for different subpopulations. Methods: In a population cohort of 6656 Australian adults, the study examined...[Show more]
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