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Lifetime suicide risk factors identified

A new review by researchers in the Department of Psychiatry of previous studies into suicide worldwide has highlighted the effects of individual and environmental risk factors over a lifetime.

Management of adolescent self-harm needed to reduce suicide risk

Children and adolescents who present to hospital following self-harm have an increased future risk of suicide compared with other children and adolescents, which may persist for several years, according to an observational study of more than 9,000 children and adolescents aged 10-18 years who presented to five English hospitals for non-fatal self-harm.

Mental Disorders Linked to Intimate Partner Violence

A new large-scale population-based study led by researchers from the University of Oxford investigated the link between nine major mental disorders and intimate partner violence perpetrated by men towards women.

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Multi-omics studies in depression

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