Cook, Christopher C.H. (2014) 'Suicide and religion.', British journal of psychiatry., 204 (4). pp. 254-255.
Much of the evidence that religion provides a protective factor against completed suicide comes from cross-sectional studies. This issue of the Journal includes a report of a new prospective study. An understanding of the relationship between spirituality, religion and suicide is important in assessing and caring for those at risk.
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|Date deposited:||30 June 2015|
|Date of first online publication:||02 January 2018|
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