Suicidal patients admitted into psychiatric hospitals
Patients with suicidal behavior (SB) who are admitted into psychiatric hospitals are considered to be at a higher risk of suicide. However, the number of studies that have addressed this population of patients is insufficient when compared to the number of studies conducted on suicidal patients in psychiatric hospitals, both in emergency and regular IPD settings.
Suicidal behavior (SB) is a chief concern for mental health practitioners and often an underlying cause of emergency treatment and admission into psychiatric hospitals. It also requires the individual attention of the mental health practitioner as it is… Read More