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(p. 533) Research Agenda for Youth Suicide Prevention 

(p. 533) Research Agenda for Youth Suicide Prevention
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(p. 533) Research Agenda for Youth Suicide Prevention
Author(s):

Ann P. Haas

, Herbert Hendin

, Jill Harkavy-Friedman

, and Maggie Mortali

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780199928163.003.0025
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date: 20 July 2018

The concluding chapter of this section on adolescent suicide lists what we have learned and what we still do not know about identifying and treating youths at risk for suicide and preventing suicide in adolescents. Drawing on data presented in earlier chapters of the section, key findings about youth suicide and risk and protective factors are summarized, along with findings about current approaches to prevention and treatment. An agenda for future research is presented that addresses some of the most significant knowledge gaps about youth suicide and suicide prevention. Methodological difficulties that complicate research in this field are briefly discussed. The chapter concludes with summary conclusions to guide future reference and prevention efforts.

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