Unit for clinical suicide research
Organisational unit: Research group
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Suicid, personlighetsstörning, självmord, självmordsförsök, depression
Suicide research is of importance to find new strategies to prevent suicide. Each year approximately 800 000 people in the world, and 1500 people in Sweden commit suicide. The suicide rate has not decreased over the last 15 years. The Unit for Clinical Suicide Research cover different areas within this field. • Area A: Psychopathology and risk factors. Our group investigates how psychopathology and risk factors interact, if there are any differences between patients with and without a history of a suicide attempt that can inform us about risk for future suicidal acts? Can we identify biomarkers to be used as tools in suicide risk assessment? • Area B: Retrospective studies of the type of health care given to suicide victims. Can we find new health care strategies to prevent suicide risk? • Area C: Treatment studies for patients at risk for future suicide. Our group focus mainly on new treatment strategies for suicide attempters, depression and borderline personality disorder.
Recent research outputs
Brukarstyrd inläggning: Manual för utbildning och implementering, utveck- lad för Brief Admission Skåne Randomized Controlled Trial (BASRCT).Sophie Liljedahl, Helleman, M., Daiva Daukantaité & Sofie Westling 2017 Sep 5 Lund: Vetenskapscentrum för klinisk psykiatri, Region Skåne. 122 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
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A standardized crisis management model for self-harming and suicidal individuals with three or more diagnostic criteria of borderline personality disorder: The Brief Admission Skåne randomized controlled trial protocol (BASRCT): Study ProtocolSophie Liljedahl, Helleman, M., Daiva Daukantaité, Åsa Westrin & Sofie Westling 2017 Jun 16 In : BMC Psychiatry. 17, 220, 15 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article