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Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention 2009
- 編號: 0-00000000001985700589
- 作者:Danuta, Wasserman, M.D.
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Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention
by Wasserman, Danuta, M.D. ; Wasserman, Camilla
620 pages,
53 line figs.,
276x219 mm


The most comprehensive, and global review of suicidology and suicide prevention ever published
All chapters written by leading researchers in the field from across the globe
Part of the world famous Oxford Textbooks series
Covers the full range of factors that influence and interact with suicide and suicidal behaviour

Approximately 1 million people commit suicide world-wide every year and around 10 million attempt suicide each year. Suicide is a major public health problem throughout the world, major efforts are currently being made to help reduce these numbers. However, suicide is the result of complex interactions between a range of factors, including historical, psychological, cultural, biological, and social, and any approach to treating the problem of suicide has to consider all these factors.

The 'Oxford Texbook of Suicidology' is the most comprehensive textbook of suicidology and suicide prevention that has ever been published. It is written by world-leading specialists and describes all aspects of suicidal behaviour and suicide prevention. It presents an overview of research within disciplines covering a wide range of factors, including psychological, cultural, biological, and sociological. The book provides up-to-date information on different kinds of risk and protective factors, epidemiology, theories on suicidal behaviours and public health and healthcare preventive approaches.

Throughout, different approaches to suicide prevention and evidence-based examples are presented, alongside descriptions of different organisations designed to prevent suicide.

This book will be the key source of reference for both researchers and professionals working in the areas of suicidology and suicide prevention

Table of Contents
Norman Sartorius Part I - Suicide in a Religious and Cross-cultural Perspective 1. Suicide: considering religion and culture , Camilla Wasserman 2. The role of religion in suicide prevention , HM van Praag 3. Cultural and religious traditions in China: the influence of Confucianism on suicide prevention , Wu Fei 4. Hindu religion and suicide in India , Lakshmi Vijayakumar 5. A Buddhist perspective on suicide , Somparn Promta & Prakarn Thomyangkoon 6. The Shinto religion and suicide in Japan , Yoshihiro Kaneko, Akiko Yamasaki & Kiminori Arai 7. Suicide in the Jewish scriptures , Israel Orbach & Aron Rabinowitz 8. Suicide and Islam , Ahmed Okasha & Tarek Okasha 9. Christianity and suicide , Nils Rettersol & Øivind Ekeberg 10. Suicide prevention and religious traditions on the African continent , Lourens Schlebusch, Stephanie Burrows & Naseema Vawda 11. The role of religion in suicide prevention work in Uganda , Emilio Ovuga & Jed Boardman 12. Maya religion and traditions: influencing suicide prevention in contemporary Mexico , Gaspar Baquedano Part II - The Magnitude and Implication of Suicide
13. Development of definitions of suicidal behaviors: from suicidal thoughts to completed suicides , José Bertolote & Danuta Wasserman 14. A global perspective on the magnitude of suicide mortality , José Bertolote & Alexandra Fleischmann 15. Suicidal thoughts, suicidal plans and attempts in the general population on different continents , José Bertolote, Alexandra Fleischmann, Diego De Leo & Danuta Wasserman 16. Suicide attempts in the general population and in clinical settings on the five continents: epidemiological and clinical aspects 16a. Suicide attempts in Africa , Lourens Schlebusch & Stephanie Burrows 16b. Suicide attempts in Asia , Guo-Xin Jiang & Qi Cheng 16c. Suicide attempts in South and Central America , Neury J Botega & Sabrina Stefanello 16d. Suicide attempts in North America , Morton Silverman 16e. Suicide attempts in Europe , Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz & Armin Schmidtke 16f. Suicide attempts in New Zealand and Australia , Jane Pirkis, Annette Beautrais & Tony Durkee 17. Extended suicide , David Lester Part III - Theories of Suicidal Behaviour
18. Social theories of suicide , Ilkka Mäkinen 19. Psychoanalytic theories of suicide: historical overview and empirical evidence , Elsa Ronningstam, John Maltsberger & Igor Weinberg 20. Psychological theories of suicidal behaviour , David Rudd, David Trotter & Ben Williams 21. Neurobiology and genetics of suicide , Danuta Wasserman, Marcus Sokolowski, Jerzy Wasserman & Dan Rujescu 22. Interaction of hereditary and environmental factors in the psychiatric disorders associated with suicidal behaviours , Alec Roy & Marco Sarchiapone Part IV - Political Determinants of Suicide
23. Suicide during transition in the former Soviet Republics , Airi Värnik & Alexander Mohovikov 24. Suicide study and suicide prevention in mainland China , Xiao Shuiyuan 25. Suicide and attempted suicide among indigenous people , Danuta Wasserman 26. Suicide during war and genocide , David Lester Part V - Social and Economical Determinants of Suicide
27. Labour market, work environment and suicide , Ilkka Mäkinen & Danuta Wasserman 28. Suicide among migrants , Menakshi Sharma & Dinesh Bhugra 29. Prevention of suicidal behaviour in females: opportunities and obstacles , Sylvia Sara Canetto 30. Suicide in men: suicide prevention for the 'male person' , Wolfgang Rutz & Zoltan Rihmer 31. Suicide in military settings, combats and veterans , Vsevelod Rozanov, Lars Mehlum & R Stiliha 32. Suicide in prisons and remand centres: screening and prevention , Ad Kerkhof & Eric Blaauw Part VI - Psychiatric and Somatic Determinants of Suicide
33. Major psychiatric disorders in suicide and suicide attempters , Jouko Lönnqvist 34. Risk for suicidal behaviour in personality disorders , Barbara Stanley & Jennifer Jones 35. Somatic diseases and suicidal behaviour , Elsebeth Stenager & Egon Stenager Part VII - Suicide Risk Assessment
Psychometric measures 36. Measurement of suicidal behaviour with psychometric scales , Per Bech & S Awata 37. Instruments used in SUPRE-MISS - the WHO Multisite Interventions Study on Suicidal Behaviours , Alexandra Fleischmann, José Bertolote, Diego De Leo & Danuta Wasserman Clinical measures 38. The clinical interview as a method in suicide risk assessment , March Schechter & John Maltsberger 39. Recognizing a suicide crisis in psychiatric patients , Herbert Hendin Biological measures 40. Biological predictors of suicidal behaviour in mood disorders , John Mann & Dianne Currier 41. Neuroimaging of suicidal behaviour: where does the field stand? , Maria Oquendo, Tresha Gibbs & Ramin Parsey 42. Electrodermal hyporeactivity and suicide risk , Lars-Håkan Thorell 43. Post-mortem studies of serotonin in suicide , Victoria Arango, Helene Bach-Mizrachi, Mark D Underwood & John Mann Part VIII - Cost of Suicide and Prevention Strategies
44. An economic perspective on suicide across the five continents , David McDaid 45. World Health Organization and European Union policy actions, responsibilities and solutions in preventing suicide , Danuta Wasserman & Elizabeth Mårtensson 46. The role of the state and legislations in suicide prevention - the five continents perspective , Martin Andersson & Rachel Jenkins 47. Strategies in suicide prevention , Danuta Wasserman & Tony Durkee Part IX - Health Care Strategies: Treatment of Suicidal Adults
48. Countertransference in the treatment of suicidal patients , John Maltsberger & Mark J Goldblatt 49. Pharmacological and biological treatments of suicidal individuals , Hans-Jurgen Möller 50. Severe anxiety and agitation as treatment modifiable risk factors for suicide , Jan Fawcett 51. Cognitive treatment of suicidal adults , Jan Beskow, Paul Salkovskis & Astrid Palm Beskow 52. Dialectical behaviour therapy for suicidal individuals: the international perspective , Barbara Stanley & Beth S Brodsky 53. The psychological and behavioural treatment of suicidal behaviour: what are the common elements of treatments that work? , David M Rudd 54. Family psychoeducation with suicide attempters , Edward J Dunne 55. The role of paintings in suicide treatment and prevention , Thomas Brönisch Part X - Health Care Strategies: Treatment Settings for Adults
56. Crisis hotlines , Madelyn Gould & John Kalafat 57. Treatment of attempted suicide and suicidality in primary care , Zoltan Rihmer & Wolfgang Rutz 58. Treatment of suicide attempts and suicidality in psychiatric care , Lars Mehlum 59. A specialized in-patient unit for suicidal patients: advantages and disadvantages , Lil Träskman-Bendz & Charlotta Sunnqvist 60. Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia: a medical and psychological perspective , Herbert Hendin Part XI - Public Health Strategies: Awareness and Education
61. Education and awareness prgrams for adults: selected and multilevel approaches in suicide prevention , Ulrich Hegerl, Sandra Dietrich, Tim Pfeiffer-Gerschel, Lisa Wittenburg & David Althaus 62. Community mental health in youth and suicide awareness: exposing dark secrets - what must be told , Christina Hoven, Sam Tyano & Donald Mandell 63. Suicide prevention by education and the moulding of attitudes , David Titelman & Danuta Wasserman 64. The role of mass-media reporting and suicide prevention , Michael Westerlund, Sylvia Schaller & Armin Schmidtke 65. The role of the internet in suicide prevention , Michael Westerlund & Danuta Wasserman 66. Representations of suicide in cinema , Gérard Camy Part XII - Public Health Strategies: Early Detection and Health Promotion
67. Early detection of mental ill-health, harmful stress and suicidal behaviours , Andrej Marusic 68. The role of schools, colleges and universities in suicide prevention , Madelyn Gould Part XIII - Public Health Strategies: Controlling the Access to Means of Suicide
69. Protecting bridges and high buildings in suicide prevention , Annette Beautrais & Sheree Gibb 70. Prevention of suicide by jumping: experiences from Taipei City (Taiwan), Hong Kong and Singapore , Ying-Yeh Chen & S F Yip 71. Restriction of access to drugs and medications in suicide prevention , Antoon Leenaars, David Lester, Gaspar Baquedano, Chris Cantor, John Connolly, Emilio Ovuga, Silvia Pelaez Remigio & Lakshmi Vijayakumar 72. Gun availability and control in suicide prevention , Antoon Leenaars 73. Restriction of access to pesticide in suicide prevention , Michael Phillips & David Gunnell 74. Prevention of metropolitan and railway suicide , Karl-Heinz Ladwig, Esther Ruf, Jens Baumert & Natalia Erazo 75. Prevention of suicide due to charcoal burning , Paul Yip 76. Restriction of alcohol in suicide prevention , Danuta Wasserman & Gergö Hadlaczky Part XIV - Survivors of Suicide Loss
77. Why suicide loss is different for the survivors , Edward J Dunne & Karen Maxim-Dunne 78. Therapists as survivors of suicide loss , Onja Grad 79. How to help survivors of suicide loss , Frans Barro Part XV - Yound People and Suicide
80. Suicide on the five continents in the young , Alan Apter, Cendrine Bursztein, José Bertolote, Alexandra Fleischmann & Danuta Wasserman 81. Psychopathology and risk factors for suicide in the young: theoretical and empirical , Israel Orbach & Maya Johan-Barak 82. Psychodynamic and family aspects of youth suicide , Robert A King 83. Psychiatric disorders in suicide and suicide attempters , Alan Apter, Orit Krispin & Cendrine Bursztein 84. The link between physical disabilities and suicidality in children and adolescents , Gil Zalsman & Gal Shoval 85. Suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents in different clinical settings , Anat Brunstein Klomek, Orit Krispin & Alan Apter 86. Effective treatments for suicidal youth: pharmacological and psychosocial approaches , David Brent 87. Individual therapy techniques with suicidal adolescents , Anthony Spirito & Christianne Esposito-Smythers 88. Innovative psychosocial rehabilitation of suicidal young people , Kevin Malone & Su Yin Yap Part XVI - Elderly and Suicide
89. Suicidal behaviours on the five continents among the elderly , Diego De Leo, Karolina Krysinska, José Bertolote, Alexandra Fleischmann & Danuta Wasserman 90. Suicidal elderly people in clinical and community settings: risk factors, treatment and suicide prevention , Diego De Leo, Brian Draper & Karolina Krysinska Part XVII - Networking in Suicide Research and Prevention
91. The World Health Organization's role in suicide prevention , Benedetto Saraceno 92. The World Psychiatric Association (WPA) - section of suicidology , Marco Sarchiapone, Jean Pierre Soubrier & Danuta Wasserman 93. International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) , Lars Mehlum 94. The International Academy of Suicide Research (IASR) , Danuta Wasserman & John Mann 95. The European Psychiatric Association (EPA) - section on suicidology and suicide prevention , Danuta Wasserman, Marco Sarchiapone & Vladimir Carli 96. American Association of Suicidology (AAS) , Lanny Berman 97. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) , Ann P Haas, Robert Gebbia & Paula Clayton 98. Suicide Prevention International (SPI) , Herbert Hendin 99. The role of volunteer organizations in suicide prevention , Karl Andriessen Part XVIII - Examples of how to Develop Suicide Prevention on the five Continents
Africa 100. South Africa , Lourens Schlebusch & Stephanie Burrows 101. Uganda , Emilio Ovuga & Jed Boardman Asia 102. Hong Kong , Paul Yip 103. India , Lakshmi Vijayakumar 104. Japan , Chiaki Kawanishi & Yoshihiro Kaneko 105. Pakistan , Murad M Khan 106. Singapore , Boon Hock 107. Vietnam , Huong Thi Tran Australia/New Zealand 108. Australia , Diego De Leo 109. New Zealand , Annette Beautrais Europe 110. Estonia , Airi Värnik & Danuta Wasserman 111. Finland , Louko Lönnqvist 112. France , Véronique Narboni & Jean Pierre Soubrier 113. Germany , Elmar Etzersdorfer 114. Israel , Alan Apter 115. Italy , Marco Sarchiapone 116. Romania , Doina Cosman 117. Russia , Valery Krasnov 118. Scotland , Gregor Henderson 119. Sweden , Danuta Wasserman, Ana Nordenskjöld & Inga-Lill Ramberg 120. Ukraine , Vsevolod Rozanov & Alexander Mohovikov North America 121. Canada , Gustavo Turecki 122. United States of America , Morton Silverman South America 123. Suicide prevention in South America , Paulo Alterwain, Hector basile, Daniel Frankel, Jaime Greif, Silvia Hernandez, Maria del Carmen Paparamborda 124. Argentina , Carlos Martinez 125. Brazil , Neury Botega 126. Chile , Marcello Ferrada-Noli 127. Cuba , Sergio Perez A Barrero 128. Peru , Rossana Pettersen & Freddy Vasquez 129. Uruguay , Silvia Peláez

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