Baseline factors predictive of serious suicidality at follow-up: findings focussing on age and gender from a community-based study
BACKGROUND Although often providing more reliable and informative findings relative to other study designs, longitudinal investigations of prevalence and predictors of suicidal behaviour remain uncommon. This paper compares 12-month prevalence rates for suicidal ideation and suicide attempt at baseline and follow-up; identifies new cases and remissions; and assesses the capacity of baseline data to predict serious suicidality at follow-up, focusing on age and gender differences. METHODS 6,666...[Show more]
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